It’s getting close to that special time of year: for one day in autumn we all line up to get a treat. No, not Halloween – we’re talking about Election Day! Local elections are important, and they could directly affect your income, taxes or financial planning. Follow these simple steps to make sure you’re on top of the election in your area.
Is there a secret to living a long and full life? See what two 90-somethings had to say about their lives and longevity.
“The Money Pit” is one of the greatest comedies ever made. A young couple, played by Tom Hanks and Shelley Long, buys a house, and the renovations nearly destroy them. Bathtubs fall through floors, chickens explode from ovens! It’s hilarious. But what does a movie have to do with a mortgage blog? Everything, because “The Money Pit” house is now for sale!
Halloween is quickly approaching, which means your time to find a costume is dwindling. Don’t worry though! I’ve come up with 10 costume ideas for you, inspired by some of the best (or at least most talked about) pop culture moments of 2014.
For those of you who tire of candy, here are some spooky Halloween recipes.
October is National Breast Cancer Awareness Month. It’s a chance to raise awareness about the importance of early detection of breast cancer and to get involved to help make a difference!
If you love being out on the water, but you aren’t able to go boating as often as you’d like due to your current locale, you’ve probably dreamed of relocating in an area more conducive to your passion. If you want to make that dream a reality, these states are some of the best to consider for your next new home.
So your Trusty Rusty has finally given up the ghost and you need a new car. Where do you start? What kind do you get? How do you get the best deal? What about financing? Here are some car shopping tips to get you started.
There are a wide range of apps made specifically to help you track your financial performance on the go, whether you’re monitoring your daily bank account activity or you’re tracking your retirement portfolio. To help you cut through the app clutter, here are four free apps you might want to think about installing on your phone.
We now lead digital lives. Everything from taxes and banking to the music and movies we buy is now often accessed via the computer. While this can certainly make things more convenient, it can also present a new set of issues. Not so long ago we might have stored our important information in a locked filing cabinet. We now store this information on hard drives that too often fail at the most inconvenient times. Rather than going back to the days of the VCR and vinyl records (those of you under 20 can ask your parents), it might be more prudent to go over ways to make backup copies of the data you care about most.