Confusion with Optimal Personal Finance Strategies

I consider myself financially savvy. I participate in the company 401(k) plan with match, max out my Roth IRA, saved well over six months of emergency living expenses, and have no credit card debt. I have a car loan and student loans and rent (because housing prices are too expensive in California). However, over theContinue reading “Confusion with Optimal Personal Finance Strategies”

Online Personal Finances

Managing your personal finances used to mean that you downloaded MS Money or Quicken onto your PC/Mac and inputted your transactions manually. Then came auto download where the software accesses your financial institution and downloads the transactions. Now, a number of online sites are doing the same for you. If you can get past theContinue reading “Online Personal Finances”