Are energy vampires — appliances that continue to use power even when they are turned off or in standby mode — responsible for a decent portion of our electricity bill?
Today was a bad day across the board in financial markets, and the S&P 500 officially entered a bear market. The mainstream financial media is overwhelmingly painting a grim picture of our financial futures.
Recommending a free, cross-platform, and very effective software stack setup which I have been using to start writing my first book.
Last week I had to attend probably the most pointless work meeting of this year to date, except this one I had to travel across the country and attend in person.
After seeing the umpteenth reference to how impactful someone found Meditations, the series of personal writings by the Roman emperor Marcus Aurelius nearly 2,000 years ago, I finally decided to give it a read myself.
A new feature is coming to the largest defined contribution 401(k)-style retirement plan in the world, unlocking access to thousands of new mutual funds. Unfortunately, it’s absolutely terrible — here’s why.
Taking a look at some of the classical economic theory framing how you should view your down payment funds, examining a “secret” investment that outperforms your savings account and cannot lose value but is not often mentioned, and revisiting the state of the housing market.
Mortgage News Daily’s index tracking 30 year mortgage rates hit 4.95% on Friday, March 25th, up nearly a full percentage point since the start of the month. Are we about to see a repeat of the 1970’s?
A dash cam allows you to have indisputable recorded proof of what events occurred around your vehicle should you ever get into an accident. It could save you your insurance deductible and a potential increase in insurance coverage costs.
Frugal Flannel now looks great in dark mode!