THE NEW FORTY Free money and a wealth of information - need I say more?
I ran across a great program last week during my regular website travels. I already shared it with my students because to me it is essentially free money. I say essentially because there are requireme... Posted on 1/2/14 at 11:11 AM
SENSE AND CENTSIBILITY Secrets to a Financially Happy Relationship
A happy couple strolls down the aisle hand-in-hand as the church bells let out a triumphant ring and the members of the congregation cheer loudly. The bride and groom are happy, smiling and having the... Posted on 3/6/13 at 12:27 PM
IN THE BLACK Financial Lessons in Daily Life
For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances.
It is important to start ... Posted on 10/4/12 at 6:26 AM
THE FLENSBURG FILES: TRAVELS AND EXPERIENCES GATHERED OF A FORMER MINNESOTAN The Problem with Soccer in Germany Part 1: Overview
People have their favorite sports that they love to watch. In the US we have our traditional sports of baseball, football, ice hockey and basketball, but we also have our state-of-the-art type of spo... Posted on 5/17/12 at 10:47 AM
OH LOOK, A SHINY THING! Property Taxes: Whose Money Is in the Bucket?
I've had a few questions about several stories I've written about property taxes, and I would like to share with you my bucket analogy, which simplifies some of the complex things that determine a per... Posted on 4/5/12 at 2:52 PM
Q: My mother died two years ago, and I am trying to figure out how to get any of her things that are family heirlooms. Her husband refuses to part with anything, including her clothing, saying he isn’t ready yet and that only when he is ready will he give us anything.
HOPE, N.D. – The recession that has brought misery to so much of America hasn’t touched Walter Grotte. His business moving silos and grain bins is prospering, and, like many in North Dakota, he has no financial worries. Life, he says, is “better than we deserve.”
Patrick Condon, Associated Press Writer
, October 05, 2010
Derik and Sari Kraft had pretty average finances. They used credit cards for everyday expenses. They didn’t have a budget, but the bills always got paid … somehow, Sari said. They didn’t really talk about their money.
Dakotas have lowest delinquency rates
NEW YORK – The amount consumers owed on their credit cards in this year’s second quarter dropped to the lowest level in more than eight years as cardholders continued to pay off balances in the uncertain economy.
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