Excessive cash laying around the house? Don’t want to tie them up in various investment accounts because you may need quick access to the Benjamin? Have no fear, here are some worthwhile places to stash your cash while keeping the funds liquid.
Leo’s website, zen habits, focuses on achieving goals, creating productivity, being organize, practicing sound financial lifestyle, and writings on many other numerous spiffy subjects. While emailing Leo for the interview, we noticed that he definitely practice what he writes about, as his emails and responses were on-time and well organized! Check out today’s interview to read more about Leo and his personal finances.
If you own a credit card, you’ve most likely received a balance transfer offer from your existing credit card companies, or an introductory balance transfer rate from a different credit card issuer. Transferring your balance from a card with a...
Spring has sprung in Northern California, and the weather here in Mountain View makes it tough to stay indoors. But we’ve ignored all that sunshine, and kept our engineers working hard to create Mint, the free and simple personal finance solution.
MoneyMonk’s blog is a recent addition to the personal finance blogsphere. She is able to save a hefty 45% of her take home income and one of her goals is to retire at 50. Check out today’s interview to read more about MoneyMonk and her personal finances.
Building a good credit history during your college years is certainly not required for a healthy financial life — but when done correctly, it will definitely put you ahead of the game. With that in mind, we’ve listed five easy ways in building a great credit history while you-re young.
CleverDude.com is a personal finance blog that you should definitely check out. Mike updates the blog with frequent posting, and dishes out money saving ideas such as frugal lunches. Check out today’s interview to read more about Mike and his personal finance.
Mint’s note: Below is the follow-up we received from the Tuesday Train Wreck posted two weeks ago, entitled The Pastor’s House. In this story, the submitter purchased a house from their pastor, who exploited their trust in him to sell...