Working from home can be the perfect fit for introverted professionals. Since introverts tend to recharge best by being alone, and focus best while working solo, telecommuting offers them the best possible work environment for their preferences and abilities. Then there are the extroverts. Being...

I've been frustrated lately with the quality and quantity of my work. I haven't produced as much here at Get Rich Slowly as I would like — due largely to Fincon and its aftermath (calls and meetings, calls and meetings) — and what work I have produced isn't as good as I would like.

I count myself lucky that I made it through four decades of life without a bad landlord story. Over the years, I’d heard countless tales from friends about their landlord nightmares, some of which ended in small claims court. But I still maintained a naivete about landlords that was based mostly on my inability to understand wanting to blatantly rip off another human being who’s been a good tenant

Back in February, I answered a reader mailbag question about principles, in which I said I was working on an article that was simply a list of the guiding principles in my life, both financial and otherwise.

One of my favorite tips to hammer home on The Simple Dollar is the value of shopping at secondhand stores.

For the past ten days or so, two of my closest friends have been visiting Iceland together. They’ve shared some stunning pictures of hot springs, auroras, the city life of Reykjavik, and other things. I’ve been enjoying the pictures and I’m glad they got the chance to make the trip, but there’s a sizable portion of me that wants to be there, too.

While I pride myself on my rationality, I can also be a hopeless romantic. I like to believe that everyone can find true love, a job they like, and a way to express their innate creativity. I think that’s why every now and again I like to read self-help books.

Shopping for a new home? Before you start pounding the pavement, you should know that open houses aren't an excuse to show up whenever you want and act however you want. Brush up on the rules of open-house etiquette before you hit the first showing. Here are some of the big ones. 1. Be on time If...

The cost of entertainment shouldn't be too high. But it's also very easy to underestimate the real cost … One of my longtime-favorite personal finance bloggers J.

Join our Tweetchat this Thursday at 12:00 pm Pacific for lively conversation and a chance to win one of two $10 Amazon GCs! Use #WBChat to participate. This week's topic: Negotiating! Learn about what you can negotiate, mistakes people make when negotiating, and more! Let us know the last...

Yesterday’s article, The Financial Noise, was originally a very, very long draft that included several specific stories from my own life where I talked about the realization of the negative financial impact of “noise” in my life.

While I normally live a very frugal lifestyle, I have a sad confession to make: During the month of September, I spent over $250 on Amazon.com. I did pick up a new bed for my dog (necessary), so that’s good.

Becoming the caregiver for an aging loved one can be a rewarding, fulfilling experience. But it can also be very draining and demanding.  According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, nearly 44 million adults were family caregivers as of 2015. Most families take on caregiving to...

Investing is frustrating. It can be confusing to know which investments you should choose, and when and how to rebalance your portfolio. Until now.

Every once in a while, I’ll flip on CNBC or Fox Business Network and just see what’s on there in terms of financial news. I used to do this much more often, but these days I rarely turn them on. Why? When I do turn them on, I see and hear an awful lot of noise. It’s often hard to instantly tell what’s a commercial and what’s actual content.

Your credit score can affect your ability to get a loan or a mortgage, but it also determines how much you’ll pay for insurance. Depending on where they live, drivers with poor credit can pay double to even triple the auto insurance premium of a driver with good credit, according to a study by InsuranceQuotes.com. If you have fair credit, the report notes that you’ll pay an average of 28 percent m

Fall is the season of Halloween high jinks, Thanksgiving feasts, and — of course — pumpkin-spiced everything! What do you love most about fall? Do you have any fall traditions? What don't you like about fall? Tell us what you love about fall and we'll enter you in a drawing to win a...

There are many smartphone apps designed to help make our financial lives easier. It’s now possible to manage nearly all aspects of our money — from budgeting, to investing, to sending money and making payments — through an app. And since many of these apps are free to use, it...

What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. Tracking down a savings certificate 2. I don’t trust my pension 3. Conservative in my 401(k) 4. Identifying store brands 5. Consequences of closing credit cards 6. Bad at interviewing 7. Just to stay sane? 8.

Mixing money and emotions is rarely a good idea.

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