I think that paying movers just might be worth the cost. My recent cross-country move involved full-service movers, and it's been awesome. This isn't our first cross-country rodeo; it's our third. ... Read More about Is It Worth It To Pay Movers?
We all know what a bad situation it is to have no retirement savings. But what if it’s not you, but your parents, who have no retirement savings – what’s your responsibility? On first thought, it ... Read More about Your Parents Have NO Retirement Savings – What’s Your Responsibility?
A lot of car owners become concerned with the value of their cars only when it comes time to sell them. But cars don’t lose value overnight, unless of course they undergo an accident. The value of ... Read More about Ten Ways to Maintain the Value of Your Car
My parents just finished remodeling their kitchen. They changed the layout, and installed new cabinets, countertops, and flooring. The result is a much more open kitchen, and one that looks updated ... Read More about Does it Make Sense for You to Remodel Your Home?
Recently, I saw an article on CNN Money that looks at the stories of six people priced out of their housing markets. Many of these folks are looking in urban areas on the coasts. As you might imagine, ... Read More about Can You Afford Where You Live?
I think we can generally agree that for most people, owning a home is better than renting, especially from a financial standpoint. But are there times when renting makes more sense than owning a home? ... Read More about Five Situations Where Renting Makes More Sense Than Owning a Home
A recent article on CNN Money says that American retirees expect to leave an average of $177,000 in inheritance for their heirs. Other than wondering how much millionaires and billionaires are skewing ... Read More about Will You Leave an Inheritance for Your Children?
In the last few months, several of my acquaintances announced that they are breaking up. In many cases, this break up is taking the form of divorce. When it comes to divorce, there are a lot of ... Read More about Beyond the Money: What Else to Think About During Divorce
As a way to increase mortgage affordability, mortgage lenders are beginning to resurrect the 40 year mortgage. Not that it was ever that popular during the housing boom of the early 2000’s, but it is ... Read More about Say “No” to the 40 Year Mortgage
No small number of parents buy a brand-new car for their teenager. It may be done as a first car, or even as a graduation present. But while it can seem like a benevolent act, it could also be a form ... Read More about Why Buying a Brand New Car for a Teenager is a Form of Insanity