Owning my mistakes and ne regretteing rien is kind of my “thing,” but these garments are the exception.
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.
Any concern for the future has been replaced by a persistent desire to blow off all my funds.
Despite the fact that we all have different friends, I suspect many of us have the same types of friends — at least where money is concerned.
It’s the Tuesday news roundup!
We have 10 copies of William A. Birdthistle’s Empire of the Fund to give to Billfold readers!
How to qualify for a subsidy, how to compare plans, and what to do if you need additional options.
A hospital is a strange land, but if you respect their customs, perhaps your husband will make it out — of course he will come out alive.
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.
Gather around, Millennials, for a little story!
The refrigerator died two days after I bought groceries.
Featuring PropicalStormAllie in conversation with GeorgesSeurat!
Pull up those balances!
Kickstarter is a weird and wonderful world of everything you never knew you could possibly need.
The Billfold is looking for more Doing Money volunteers!
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
There isn’t a single job I’ve ever worked where I didn’t wonder what my coworkers were making.
Throwback Thursday: The Cost of Buying a Washer/Dryer from Sears Outlet When Six (then Seven) Months Pregnant
It’s very clear that this dryer will not be arriving within the next week, or maybe month, and certainly not without continued time and effort on my part.
I am excited to announce the winners of the first Billfold Book Giveaway!
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to give us your financial questions.
Coins are valued for their lack of value.