With all the great personal finance blogs available, you might think the last thing the Web needs is another list of money rules written by some nerd trying to change his spending habits. Maybe you’re right, but here are my Six Simple Laws of Personal Finance Under 30 anyway. They’re for myself and for everybody […]
What role does personal finance play for college students? In part three of the Money Mistakes We Make Growing Up series we look at the personal finance mistakes college students make, and how to avoid them.
In Tuesday’s post, Childhood Money Mistakes, we looked at financial mistakes kids and their parents make starting even at very early ages. Now think back to high school…
Remember allowances and piggy banks? Those were the days when a crisp one dollar bill was for candy, not something to be divided between tax collectors and landlords and banks and utility companies. Sure, times have changed, but have your spending habits?
Money Mistakes (And What You Can Learn from Them) is a new series including four articles, each focusing on personal finance during a specific age group: childhood, high school, college, and graduate. There are lessons here for working adults, college students, teens, kids, and even parents.