Today's article comes courtesy of Ana at DebtFREE-Revolution.com. As you can partially tell from her site's name, she's a spunky anti-debt mom and wife, and is now debt-free except for her mortgage, which I also aspire to be soon (debt-free, that … [Read more...] about Couples in Conflict: Different Money Priorities
Part of me enjoys doing taxes, but a larger part of me dreads doing them because I never know if I'm doing them right. I always worry whether I'm putting a number in the wrong place, or worse, not including a number that will then trigger an … [Read more...] about 2007 Federal and State Taxes Review
I am a Catholic Christian, but I try not to force my beliefs on others as I am still resolving truths for myself. However, I don't like devious marketing schemes meant for ill intent. I want to inform my readers that a new movie, based on a very … [Read more...] about PSA: The Truth About “The Golden Compass”
I can't believe it's already been 2 weeks since I posted that I sold my 5-string Washburn XB925 Bass Guitar to a young gent in Belgium. I was worried it would end as a scam, but unless you're receiving cold, hard cash (which could be counterfeit … [Read more...] about Washburn Bass Guitar Sale is a Success
Kmull.com hosted the 117th Carnival of Personal Finance this week. Why didn't I contribute an article? I forgot, and I was gone all weekend. So nyah! Actually, I got to see my parents, gram and nieces, and also tailgated for the Penn State vs Notre … [Read more...] about Best Finance Articles from Carnival of Personal Finance #117
You see Carfax mentioned everywhere. Everyone tells you to use them when shopping for a used car, right? They're a household name for vehicle history reports, but I have a secret to share. You know that we just sold our Chevy Malibu a couple weeks … [Read more...] about You can’t trust that Carfax report!