Three Stories About the Cost of Publication

Life gets more expensive when local newspapers close.

On Age, Debt, and Cracker Jacks

It’s the Tuesday News Roundup!

Improving Your Finances, Cutting Your Spending, and Maybe Retiring Someday?

It’s the Tuesday news roundup!

Three Seasonally-Appropriate Articles

On stocks, healthcare, and holiday travel.

Tuesday Newsday

It’s time to catch up on all the news that happened over the long weekend!

A Veritable Cornucopia of Articles

Veritable!

Three Stories That Are Actually About Personal Finance This Time

On the 401(k), the Pink Tax, and our overall financial health.

Three Holiday-Themed Articles

As we approach the most wonderful time of the year.

A Veterans Day News Roundup

I’ve got two Veterans Day stories and two political stories for you this Monday — and if you are a veteran, thank you for your service.

Two Webcomics About Different Kinds of Magic

On Magic the Gathering and the magic of reading nooks.

Here Are Some Articles to Read While You Wait on Election Returns

Because it’s going to be a while.

Three Articles Worth Sharing for the Headlines Alone

Though the articles are also worth reading.

Wealth, Debt, Unions, and Festivals

It’s the Tuesday news roundup!

Two Articles and Two Podcasts About Stores That Are Going or Recently Went Bankrupt

No good retailer is gone forever.

Four Articles on the Mega Millions Lottery

Even when you take taxes into account, your lottery ticket is still going to be worth more than the $2 you paid for it. Theoretically, anyway.

Three Articles About Tiny Amounts of Money

Do you send Venmo requests for amounts less than $5?

Three Articles and One Podcast About the Environment

There’s some good news… and a lot of bad news.

Three Articles, One Academic Paper, and One Poem for Columbus Day/Indigenous Peoples Day

On government funding and equal pay.

Five Advice Columns (YES FIVE) to Discuss!

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.

Three Stories About Endless Loan Payments

The Public Service Loan Forgiveness program isn’t actually forgiving many loans.

Three Stories on Whose Income Is Going Up and Whose Is Going Down

Plus a bonus story about keeping finances separate after marriage!

Two Articles, One Webcomic, and One Podcast About Jobs and Wages

Get out those earbuds.

Three Stories (and One Webcomic) About Jobs and Labor

A restaurant busser, a grocery worker, a group of Amazon delivery drivers, and an office feelings chart.