When does something “feel” too expensive—and why?
What if we created our own association health plan? Like, the best plan ever?
By forgiving mortgages that it had already sold to another company.
My parents are physically healthy. They’re also capable of (and committed to) living independently. But they’re no longer capable of managing their own money.
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
We’re all going to pick “sewers full of gold,” right?
“If you need money, don’t ask us,” they said. “Because our answer will always be no.”
DOES THE WORD “SALE” EVEN MEAN ANYTHING ANYMORE?
Pay Back a Friend Day comes with an official Friends Again Report, in which we learn that 53 percent of people surveyed have lost a friendship over loaned money.
“Yeah, I just leave a little unpaid every month. That’s a good way to increase your credit.”
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to stage our financial questions.
Do you like money? Do you also like cats?
My parents had high expectations for my education, including the expectation that I would graduate with as little debt as possible.
A chapter from my forthcoming novel, because it’s relevant to this month’s theme.
I’m not Gen-X, but I have the same financial worries.
She’s spent through her own savings and has been living on my financial support.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time to set a financial goal for the week.
For his work on why people make bad financial decisions.
I’m the last of my siblings to still live with my parents.
I get why they’re doing it. They’re standing up for what they believe in, and what they will refuse to accept.
Melissa is a 35-year-old assistant professor in Memphis.