Category Archives: Personal Finance

Planning for Your Children’s Education

If you have children, you may already be thinking about how you are going to cover the cost of the future education. It is very true that education is not cheap and parents can expect to pay well into the thousands of dollars, if not hundreds of thousands of dollars, for their kid’s education. This

Any Easy Way to Save on Your Verizon Fios Bill

When I moved last year I signed up for Verizon Fios for my triple play package.  Being a new customer I got a great deal without signing a long term contract, however, I knew I was at the end of that initial “new customer” term.  After looking into the situation it seemed that my price

Knowing when you’re ready to buy

There comes a time in everyone’s life when they know they’re ready to buy a house. Being a first-time buyer can be a little daunting, and as buying a house is probably the biggest investment you’ll make in your life it’s important to be prepared. From finding the perfect place, to securing a mortgage from

Are You Still Paying for a Landline?

Before we moved The Wife and I had a landline as well as a virtual line that came with our triple play package.  We kept the landline because the town house was set up for one line and The Wife needed a fax line so the landline provided a ghost ring for faxes.  Now that

Maybe There is Yield Out There!

When I first started to actually looking at my personal finances, even prior to the creation of this blog I was heavy into yield chasing and bank bonuses.  I thought I was doing myself a favor by squeezing out that extra half a percentage point, little did I know that the CC debt I was