Money Management

We all have “that friend”, the one who will drive 30 miles across town to save $0.02 per gallon on their gasoline. I get a kick out of how far people will go to get a good deal. Call me crazy, but I’ll almost always take an okay deal with minimal effort, over a lot […]

Acquiring financing in these tumultuous times is probably the freakin’ scariest aspect of purchasing a home, or at least it will be for this Debt Ninja. If you are looking for financing or refinancing for your home, whether looking at an FHA mortgage, jumbo mortgage, VA mortgage, or a reverse mortgage, make sure to research […]

High School Money

by Ninja on August 13, 2009 · 18 comments

As people are looking for causes of the recent recession, I have heard it suggested (more than once) that high schools need to implement some kind of finance/money/economic course in their standard curriculum. It’s been argued that if people were equipped with sound financial principles in high school that the entire economy would be better […]

Who wants to go a second round of making love with money? I do, I do! If you haven’t read part one, you can check it out here . I wasn’t originally planning on writing a follow up to the first article, but apparently it was a little to “Rated G” for some readers. I was […]

I’ll be the first to admit it, I’m kind of a blog whore and if your reading this, then chances are, you’re equally whorish. One of the things I find myself particularly drawn to on other PF blogs is the progress bar, much like the one on the upper right corner of this page. It’s […]

The answer to this question… BOTH.I got my blogs first question from a pretty cool dude named Jeremy. He asks…. I read your post about getting a better rate on my savings account . Makes sense, but how can one verify that the bank is legitimate? I’d rather not just throw money at somewhere I’m […]

"A dilemma"….follow up

by Ninja on April 3, 2009

About two weeks ago I posted about a dilemma I was having. For those unfamiliar, I was unsure of the amount of my disposable income I wanted to allocate to my “future house fund” and how much I wanted to throw at my student loan. That article has been my most read post and by […]