Teenagers can be the worst at times. It’s okay, I can say it because I used to be one. They’re moody, selfish, unpredictable and figuring out who they want to be in life – a very dangerous cocktail when you think about it. The last thing anyone wants is a teenager with any sort of entitlement or soapbox because things get out of hand quickly, as demonstrated in the stories we have in this blog. This week in financial blunders we show how teens can cost you much more money than just child-rearing costs.
Inside or outside, no one is safe from financial blunders. Read This Week in Financial Blunders to see who’s messed up this week, online and off.
There are two types of people in this world: those who frequent art museums and those who frequent the frozen food section at the grocery store. Find out what they have in common in This Week in Financial Blunders.
Seriously though, what do Flappy Bird and Puerto Rico have in common? The title of the blog should reveal it, but read This Week in Financial Blunders to find out.
The post-super bowl rush is always hard to get over, but luckily everyone else is feeling the pain too. Read This Week in Financial Blunders to see which companies are taking it the hardest after the big game.
January 2014 is almost over and it feels like it’s only been a few days. That’s OK though: January is always the dump month. Musicians dump their less-than-marketable albums, movie distributors drop their lackluster movies in the only time of the year they have a chance to make money, and people unload their dumpy moods freely because it’s cold. It’s not all horrible though! We’ll always have “This Week in Financial Blunders” to put things in perspective.
Has cabin fever taken hold of you and made you mad? Don’t worry, read This Week in Financial Blunders so you can see the outside world is still just as ridiculous as it’s always been.
It’s fun to focus on the little guys when writing “This Week in Financial Blunders.” Combing the news for weird robberies, frauds and other mistakes by small-town oddballs is always a hoot, but it’s even more interesting when giant companies or corporations take a fall. How can so many people make such great mistakes? Let’s see some examples in “This Week in Financial Blunders.”
Quit smoking, exercise more, stop swearing – New Year’s resolutions are hard to keep, but if your resolution was to eat healthier, This Week in Financial Blunders might help you keep your word.
Purchasing a home is one of the biggest financial decisions someone can make in their life, obviously. It’s a gigantic change – physically, emotionally and financially. That’s why Quicken Loans held another Google Hangout to answer questions for curious home buyers. This time we focused on first-time home buyers and the questions they may have surrounding anything and everything regarding the topic of buying a home. Today’s question: Is there a conflict of interest if a real estate agent recommends a mortgage lender?