Category Archives: Personal Finance

First Time Buyer Checklist

Evan’s Note: With my home search heating up I figured this post by Katie was very timely. With the cost of homes and interest rates both at an all-time low, many people are tempted to become first-time homeowners. Before you even start looking for your first home, you must first have a clear picture of

Factors in Considering Where to Live and Work

Are you a recent college graduate?  If so, you will hopefully field several different job offers, many of which are in different parts of the country.  Before you accept a job, consider carefully the cost of living in the area you are thinking of moving to and how it will impact your finances. While a

Responding to When Someone Calls you Cheap

The other day I was talking to a buddy and he called me cheap.  It wasn’t anywhere near the first time that this happened, nor will it be the last.  I don’t usually take much offense because I am comfortable with myself and my spending habits, but for whatever reason this simple conversation got me to thinking

The Benefits And Risks In Moving For Business

Relocating for the benefits of a new career opportunity can be a very exciting and rewarding experience. It can also be a very trying, tiring and expensive one, which makes it necessary for people to carefully consider the many variables that exist. Transporting yourself and your belongings to a new geographic location entails far more