Microsoft introduced the new search engine, Bing, last week. It might actually give Google some competition. But, what does this have to do with Free Money Friday? Bing recently replaced the cash back program with Bing Rewards. You can now earn a 250 Credit Sign Up Bonus for enrolling in the new Bing Rewards. If […]
Archive for June, 2009
Father’s Day is just around the corner, June 21 to be exact. I’m struggling to find something for my dad, who is one of those guys that has everything he needs. My husband is also on my list, since my kids are little. I like to help them pick out a little something for their […]
The $8,000 First Time Home Buyer Tax Credit just got even better! You can now get an advance on your $8,000 tax credit at the time you purchase your home. It allows buyers to use the tax credit for closing costs and additional down payments instead of waiting until you file your tax return. It’s […]
Are you or a family member a recent graduate? Many older adults look back and say the number one thing they wish they would have done differently was learned about money management while they were young. Your actions now will have significant impact on how the rest of your life shapes up financially. Find out what you should be doing in Financial Tips for New Grads!
Each week I use the Thursday post to talk about personal finance tidbits that are interesting, but don’t necessarily need an entire article devoted to them. As you’ve noticed, it’s also where I post announcements and highlight personal finance articles around the web. Because most of the tidbits are about things going on in my […]
I recently asked How is your Lending Club Account Doing? after seeing my net annualized return on investment at 8.44%. I enjoyed reading readers’ responses about their portfolios at Lending Club and wanted to share them. It’s fun to see how everyone stacks up and what their portfolios look like. What I find particularly interesting […]
I mentioned that we switched our insurance to Allstate earlier this month. Since I used to work in the insurance industry, I actually didn’t shop our rates very often. Because of the state filings, I knew that we had some of the best coverage and premiums around. Everything changed when we decided to enter the […]