As featured in The Wall Street Journal, Money Magazine, and more!

Search: credit

Podcasting the Newspapers

by Luke Landes

Thanks for the comments on my previous post on whether MBA degrees are worthwhile. I enjoy hearing the varied opinions. Keep it coming! An article in today’s Wall Street Journal Online reports on how some newspapers have begun providing podcasts of their headlines. Perhaps since the print media was so far behind the blogging wave, ... Continue reading this article…

Read the full article →

Account Balances – April, 2005

by Luke Landes

There was nothing surprising during April. I did make some changes to my accounting methods. For instance, I have new accounts in Quicken for money that is due to me, such as Google AdSense and Upromise. Speaking of AdSense, I received my first check this month. I never meant for this website to make money, ... Continue reading this article…

Read the full article →

More Changes

by Luke Landes

As I’m getting ready to post my financial reports for April, I’m making some changes to my accounting methods. I would like to get this information out in the open in case anyone has any questions or suggestions ahead of time. This would allow me to make changes if necessary, but I think everything’s going ... Continue reading this article…

4 comments Read the full article →

Account Balances – March, 2005

by Luke Landes

March was an interesting month. I took out a new student loan to pay for my MBA (while awaiting reimbursement from my company) and received a small portion of that for “living expenses.” It should help me out a little, and I only took it knowing I can come out slightly ahead with that money ... Continue reading this article…

Read the full article →

Check Your Notices

by Luke Landes

When a credit card company with which you have a card sends a letter in a thin envelope, it’s best to read it. Likely, the company is notifying you of changes within the terms of the agreement. (The thicker envelopes are usually new card offers and unless it’s a great deal, it’s best to shred ... Continue reading this article…

2 comments Read the full article →

More on 401(k) Borrowing

by Luke Landes

Following up on the topic of 401(k) loans, which was discussed here, there is a new article on CNN Money by Walter Updegrave. This article compares a scenario for two options: borrowing $40,000 through a 401(k) loan and borrowing the same amount through a home equity line of credit. Assuming the two options are available ... Continue reading this article…

8 comments Read the full article →

Credit, Debit, Check or Cash?

by Luke Landes

Editor’s Note:  This limited-time offer has expired. According to the Federal Reserve, credit and debit payments surpassed check payments last year. Between credit and debit transactions, debits have been gaining popularity. A Reuters article states that for those with financial discipline, credit cards are the best option for every day purchases. The Citibank Dividend Platinum ... Continue reading this article…

Read the full article →

The New Bankruptcy Bill

by Luke Landes

There’s a new bankruptcy bill that’s up for vote in the Senate. if it passes, and it probably will, filing for bankruptcy will be harder. More specifically, fewer people will be able to file under Chapter 7, where creditors will get nothing and all debt is liquidated, and instead will be forced to file under ... Continue reading this article…

4 comments Read the full article →
Page 210 of 214« First···50100150···208209210211212···Last »