October 9, 2013
When my daughter was sick a few weeks ago, the medicine her doctor prescribed smelled bad and tasted even worse. Like most children, she resisted at first, crying at the prospect of having to swallow the medicine. But after two days she was still...
September 4, 2013
When you think about getting married, you think about pretty dresses, big parties, and an amazing honeymoon. What you don't tend to think about is joint bank accounts, debt ratios, and discretionary income. I mean, who wants to walk down the...
August 16, 2013
I hate cash. Absolutely loathe it. It's far too easy to lose, and to lose track of.
Back home, I swear by my cards, electronic transfers and Internet banking. I could easily...
August 14, 2013
While most people have been banking and paying bills online for more than a decade, a growing percentage are starting to use technology to analyze their expenses and investments and correct any problems to help...
June 27, 2013
I’ve done some church shopping since I’ve been home, trying out new places and faith traditions. One I just went to was hosting a silent auction as a fundraiser, and the item that caught my eye was a $15 bid for two one-hour sessions...
June 25, 2013
There are many ways to merge finances. LGBT couples can keep separate checking accounts and each deposit a monthly amount to a joint checking account to...
June 24, 2013
I shared a few months ago about how I lived it up in college and while diving head first into credit card debt. There are...
June 19, 2013
Like many people, I’m concerned about protecting my financial information from online thieves who want to steal my identity. Identity theft is not a...
June 5, 2013
A household budget is a tool that allows us to see where our money is actually going and allocate how much we want...
May 30, 2013
OK, I have three big announcements:It’s the three-year anniversary for NY Money Coach!It’s my one-year anniversary in New York City!I’m engaged!