Learning to make a budget is something that we care about here at Mint. Learn more with great budgeting tips in our blog article index. Throughout my whole life, my mother has been horrible about debt. She always seemed to...
In almost every piece of general personal finance advice, you’ll skate across a recommendation for an emergency fund. Whether it’s for the “oh no, I broke my leg” moment; or the “oh no, my engine just blew up” drive; or the “I just got fired” shock; it’s critical to have that rainy day money stored away for just such an occasion.
Michael runs the website, It’s Your Money. It contains a wealth of personal finance information, and in-depth reviews of many popular financial service. Check out today’s interview to read more about Michael and his view on personal finance.
My wife was seven months pregnant. I just landed a new job making $15,000 more. We just saved $9,000 dollars. We were ready to buy a house. Our first house. We had enough in the home budget. We found out...
Derek Punsalan runs a popular website at 5thirtyone.com. He writes on technology, personal interest, and many other noteworthy items. Check out today’s interview to read more about Derek and his personal finances.
It’s finally over. All those late night of hard work, sweating away, hitting the controller as you advance in the marathon Smash Brother tournament. You’re all done with college, you got your B.S. or B.A. and you’re now ready to begin a life of being a different type of drone. Just kidding. More importantly, what should you do financially after college?
Trent is the owner of The Simple Dollar, a very popular personal finance blog. The Simple Dollar is a blog for those of us who need both cents and sense: people fighting debt and bad spending habits while building a financially secure future and still affording a latte or two. Check out today’s interview to read more about Trent and his personal finances.
Have you ever done something dumb with your Personal Finances? I know I have held onto a few stocks too long, bought a car from the wrong person and many other interesting ones. We thought it would be educational and fun to post Personal Finance nightmare stories. Consider submitting your story! If your story is chosen, you get a free personal finance book from the Mint team.
Lazy Man runs the personal finance blog, Lazy Man and Money. The blog is about a man, a lazy man, and his quest to not only retire early, but to retire rich enough to live a comfortable lifestyle. Check out today’s interview more about Lazy Man and his quest for financial independence.