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Monday Night Finance- Volume 3

Welcome to Volume 3 of Monday Night Finance where we highlight recent personal finance articles. Is college a waste of time and money? by Don’t Work Another Day For many years the price of college has been rising faster than inflation. For many years, going to college was a great way to land a high Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 2

Welcome to Volume 2 of Monday Night Finance where we highlight recent personal finance articles. 14 Free Books Apps To Fuel Your Reading Addiction by The Frugal Fellow Do you like reading e-Books but hate having to pay for each new book you want to read? Then this post is for you! As someone that Read more »
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Monday Night Finance- Volume 1

Does the fact that we’re in the NFL offseason fill you with dread? Don’t worry, you still have something to look forward to every Monday Night. We’re starting a new personal finance roundup series that we’re calling “Monday Night Finance.” Tune in each week to read a roundup of some of our favorite recent personal Read more »
Change
TrueFees, Sep 3, 2019 Being nickeled and dimed with incidental charges by your bank can be frustrating. In addition to those small fees being hit with high overdraft fees is even worse. According to Business Insider small fees and overdraft charges are 2 of the top 5 things causing customers to switch banks in the Read more »
Used Car
Washington Post, Oct 24, 2019 There’s a battle intensifying in our home. I want to keep my 13-year-old Honda Odyssey. I’ll admit it’s definitely a clunker. For a bit of time the windshield wiper on the rear window wasn’t working, and I had to duct tape it to the window to keep it from swinging Read more »
Long-term insurance victim
The New York Times, Aug 23, 2019 Karen Herzog, a retired high school teacher, bought a long-term care insurance policy 12 years ago because she didn’t want to burden her only daughter if someday she could no longer care for herself. Then a letter arrived in May that complicated her well-laid plan. Her monthly costs Read more »
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