It seems like there are quite a few things going on today that make it the perfect storm for those of us that are in the working class, like me. I’ve worked for the same large corporation for over a decade now, and I consider myself extremely fortunate to have such a great job [...]
In a move that has many homeowners hanging on by a thread worried, banks are now finally getting through their months or sometimes years of backlogs, and are beginning the dreaded foreclosure process again. This means that people will be thrown out of their homes who previously had a stay of eviction due to [...]
Apparently the idea that this whole financial fiasco has been primarily a “mancession” is somewhat of a misnomer. Surveys and research has shown that single women who are of the baby boomer generation are saying that they once thought they would be able to retire, but now do not think they can retire.
I, like so many other millions of Americans and people across the seas, felt really terrible when I heard that one of the great innovators of our time, Steve Jobs had passed away last week. I think we all felt that we sort of knew him a little. He had that kind of air [...]
I really hate unected bills. Especially those that exceed $500, as the lovely escrow shortage notice we just got in the mail for our taxes and insurance bill for our mortgage. I would really love if, just for one friggin year, our mortgage company would figure our estimates out correctly.
Or, even better, if [...]