It was during Thanksgiving break of what was supposed to be my final semester of college.
I am writing this letter to assure you that I have always loved you, tremendously.
It’s Wednesday, which means — okay, I know we’re all still kind of reeling, but I have a question for you.
Sad news, everyone. Let’s do this Q&A style, ’cause that’s how I usually do big Billfold announcements.
Grace (not her real name) is a 30-something marketer in Colorado.
According to the Financial Freedom online calculators, at my current earning/saving/expense rate, I could be financially independent in twelve years.
I’m less interested in why people are leaving San Francisco (the reasons are obvious) and more interested in why other cities aren’t eager to welcome them.
According to YNAB, my total net worth has increased by $5,538.47, or 6.8%, since I started using the budgeting tool in November.
Here’s a breakdown of everything I’ve spent in landscaping, excluding plants.
Travel is more expensive than ever — but does it have to be?
I mention to a friend that I was dropped by Kaiser. She looks at me and says “What are you doing for insurance?”
I don’t know about you, but I’ve never left a piece of Ikea furniture in good enough condition to be refurbished.
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
I can point to three points in my life when I felt more in control of my money than before.
Nobody wants to get their data stolen.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to decide which financial question we’ll ask this week.
We had a Billfolder request to discuss the following longread — and it is a very long but worthwhile read — about the way debt reshapes our lives.