Money Management

High School Money

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

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 […]

So if you are poking around this page that means you’re like me and you like knowing other people’s financial situations. I guess I really have no problem letting people ask questions about my money. Call me crazy, but if you are looking at this article than you have at least SOME interest also. So […]

Obsession

March 17, 2009

I have found myself becoming more and more obsessed with the financial world over the last year. It started with a simple conversation with one of my friends who is a financial analyst for a big bank. We were having a slumber party in his living room (yeah we may be in our 20’s, but […]