How do you pay for your vacations? Bonus, savings, credit cards… ?
If you’re partnered, how do you split expenses with your partner? If you’re not partnered, how do you think you would do it?
These are some great personal finance tasks to get out of the way as early as possible in the year.
What are your best tips for paying down debt, readers? Which decisions regarding tackling debt — from student loans to mortgages and beyond — have you made that have worked out well, and which haven’t?
We’re rounding up some of the reader favorites for personal finance resources — have we missed any of your favorites? What do you think are the best personal finance resources for professionals?
It’s been YEARS since we’ve talked about the best personal finance books for newbies, so we figured today we’d discuss the best financial books for beginners. Paying off debt, saving for retirement, and managing your money in general can seem overly complicated and intimidating no matter what your age — but especially when you’re a young professional — … Read More about The Best Financial Books for Beginners
We’ve talked about a ton of different money issues here, but it occurred to me that it might be helpful to do a simple “roadmap” post — a listing of what to do, in what order, with links to the appropriate posts. So here’s my list of what to do with your money — if … Read More about A Money Roadmap: Where to Go Next In Your Personal Finance Journey
Liking these posts? Follow Corporette on Twitter — this is the edited version of what we’re reading! (We also Tweet if we hear about a good sale.) – Our new Solicitor General, former Harvard Law dean Elena Kagan, is fine with being called “General” but is still pondering what to wear for her first argument. … Read More about Weekly Roundup