Life gets more expensive when local newspapers close.
It’s time for another Billfold LLC update, and let’s start with a number: $200.
Amy is a 30-year-old Communications Coordinator in Vancouver, Canada.
Thanks again to William A. Birdthistle for generously contributing copies of his book.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to tear off those financial questions.
These were people with good incomes and steady jobs, some people with really good health insurance, and all of them had stories that made me go “holy crap!”
Did you know United now offers direct flights between Aldovia and JFK?
It’s the beginning of the month (or close enough, anyway) which means it’s time to discuss our monthly financial goals.
In November I received $4,531.81 in freelance income and $15.77 in book royalties, or $4,547.58 total.
I’m tossing in an extra must-read longread today because this is SO GOOD.
At some point you’ll want to ask yourself what you’d like your Christmas to be, instead-of-or-in-addition-to what it already is.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to give credit to the Billfolders who submit financial questions.
It’s the Tuesday news roundup!
We have 10 copies of William A. Birdthistle’s Empire of the Fund to give to Billfold readers!
Last month, I asked how many of you would be interested in reading William A. Birdthistle’s Empire of the Fund for our next Billfold Book Club selection.
Pull up those balances!