After 23 years of covering — and giving advice about — Medicare, a veteran journalist wades into the system herself. Part 1 …
One writer—and she happens to be a woman, not just some cheap guy—argues: “To encourage more marriages, reduce materialism and further the equality of the sexes, I say let’s chuck the engagement ring.”
Retailers sell 353 types and sizes of toothpaste. In 2010, 69 new kinds of toothpaste were introduced to consumers. Both of these figures actually represent a decrease from previous years, when more than 400 varieties of toothpaste lined store shelves and over 100 new products came out annually. And guess what? Dentists say it pretty …
“The younger generations continue to spend as if nothing happened.”
In the first of a new series of Q&As with personal finance experts, the TV host and author of Generation Debt offers her thoughts on everything from why she would never pay cash—or even put more than 20% down—when buying a house, to why she always pays top dollar for quality tequila.
Tune in starting Monday, January 24, for new It’s Your Money posts.
They’re the two most-talked-about recession-era creatures: the unemployed American who has maxed out on 99 weeks of unemployment benefits, and the homeowner who can afford his mortgage but walks away from it anyway because the home no longer seems like a good investment. So what’s it really like to be one of these prototypical Great …
Summer’s almost gone! What happened? Tune in next week (starting Monday, August 23) for more It’s Your Money posts.
Ain’t it nice when you can do some good for your finances and Mother Nature at the same time?
“Sorry. Gotta stick around my house waiting for the cable guy.”
It’s Your Money is on hiatus. I’ll post again starting Monday, March 15.