Where do you want your finances to be at the end of the year?
I got multiple requests to discuss the many financially-related questions that appeared in the internet’s major advice columns this week, so HERE WE GO.
My depression snuck up on me — and cost me my job.
It’s October, which means it’s time for another Billfold LLC update.
When I spoke with a recruiter who said teaching ESL in South Korea would save me loads of money, provide insurance and housing, and allow me to travel and live the adventurer life, I was hooked.
The reason I knew about the storefront psychic Miss Patricia was because she had once offended my friend.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to pull the wool off our financial questions.
People assume that everyone who is disabled gets financial assistance, and that’s far from the truth. Just like anyone else, we generally have to work.
As someone who has been making media for almost fifteen years, I have not yet made a full-time living from my own creative work.
In September I received $4,133.95 in freelance income and $121.98 in book royalties, or $4,255.93 total.
If you’ve figured out how to automate your workload, are you obliged to tell your employer?
Marian (not her real name) is a 32-year-old administrative assistant in Seattle.
I had never been unemployed in my adult life up to that point. I had no clue what to do.
So I wanted to tell you all how my Apple GiveBack laptop trade-in went, because it turned out to be a MODERATELY FRUSTRATING PROCESS!
On July 10th, my boyfriend proposed to me while we were on vacation in Ireland.
I tried so hard to hide the resentment and worry I felt whenever a joint expense came up. But he knew.
Pull up those balances!
The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program isn’t actually forgiving many loans.
My 10-year-old is now in his second year on a competitive travel soccer team.