Which charities do you give to, and why? How do you determine which charities are “good”? Do you have pet causes, are you more of a generalist, or do you just give to whatever your friends are fundraising for? Do you have a set amount that you give away every year?
What, if anything, do you track for prices? What do you buy when there’s a good sale?
When do you plan to retire, readers? How much do you want to have banked — and what will you do with your time?
Yes, it’s Feb., but it’s still early on — these are some great personal finance tasks to get out of the way as early as possible in the year.
A number of readers in our Money Snapshot series have noted that they own second homes — so let’s discuss. For you and yours, is it a pie in the sky idea — or something that’s on the table?
Do you have long-term disability insurance through your employer? Have you increased that coverage beyond the basic level, or have you purchased more through an insurance company?
Let’s discuss emergency funds, ladies — where are you keeping yours, and how did you calculate your e-fund?
Wondering how to change your spending in a recession? Same, girl — let’s discuss.
I’ve seen a lot of comments over the past few weeks about how to take advantage of a bear market — these are some of the moves I’m making right now.
What is your annual clothing budget for 2020 — and how will you keep track? Do you already know how you want to spend that budget in terms of “holes” in your wardrobe?
Do you have a my money/your money approach to your marriage or partnership? How often do you talk about money — and when in your relationship (dating, engagement) did you start to talk about money?
It happens to all of us — sometimes you just need to rein in your purchasing. So here are 12 easy tips for how to stop shopping…