It’s still technically the beginning of February and we haven’t discussed our monthly financial goals yet.
Sorry to turn this open thread into another News Roundup.
John Bogle, founder of The Vanguard Group, the index fund, and many of our current investment philosophies, died on Wednesday at the age of 89.
Today I literally thought to myself “I wish there were an easy way that we could all share a little bit of our income to help government workers get paid.”
Earlier this week, Jenny Tolep invited us to share the worst gift we’d ever received (or given); today, I’ll open the thread to discuss the best gifts we’ve ever received (or given).
It’s the beginning of the month (or close enough, anyway) which means it’s time to discuss our monthly financial goals.
Where do you want your finances to be at the end of the year?
If you elect to give John Hancock your wearable data and you’re a good little wearable wearer, you could earn gift cards for your healthy habits!
Do you have honest conversations about money when you’re not on The Billfold?
No Friday Chat this week, but I did want to share this NYT article about what people are buying for their pets, these days.
Alison Green (of Ask A Manager) explains how bad jobs can distort our sense of what the workplace should be like.
Yesterday, you all requested an open thread to discuss career change questions.
It’s Holiday Party Week, so I’m curious how all of your holiday parties are going.
The Billfold has more “regularly scheduled programming” scheduled for the rest of this afternoon, but it’s hard not to think about anything but the shooting in Las Vegas right now.