The Simplest Personal Finance Advice to Newlyweds

The Simplest Personal Finance Advice to Newlyweds

My older brother got married on Friday, so to say the least, last week was nuts around my parts.  I gave him a very generous gift, but to be honest it was the same exact generous gift he gave me 5 months ago.  So I got to thinking – what personal finance advice could I

Bank Fees are on the Rise

Bank Fees are on the Rise

Unless you have been living under a rock for the past year or so, you have been hearing about the bank crises and how almost every bank needs cash (and quickly).  So I guess it is not surprising, that bank fees are rising and if you don’t watch out you may get hit with an

My Birthday

Not sure if this blows up my spot – but it is my birthday today! Happy Birthday to me. Update: After checking the blog today, I thought to myself what a sh!tty bday post to myself.  As such, we need to update some stuff as a sort of time capsel for myself to check come

Why does the Auto Industry Lease Cars?

Why does the Auto Industry Lease Cars?

This post is not your usual Personal Finance Blog post (although I like to think most of my stuff isn’t the “usual”).  This is not a post discussing whether I am going to lease or finance my next car. Rather, I have had a burning question that I couldn’t find an asnwer for, by the

Why we Have the Electoral College

Why we Have the Electoral College

Why We Have the Electoral College Random Mid-day post (at work currently) but this video emphasizes the reason the Founding Fathers in their infinite wisdom proposed the Electoral College! Maybe when I get home tonight I’ll do a post on what the electoral college is, but right now this video needs to be shared!