Month: March 2016

Should You Tell Your Friends Your Financial Picture?

Up popped a gchat screen and my friend asking if I had a few moments to answer a money question. Always happy to dish about finances, I obliged. For the sake of her privacy, I won’t get into the particulars,

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When it Pays to Stop Being Cheap

“I think I’m going to make an impulse purchase.”  “Erin, if you’ve been thinking about it for more than a few hours, it doesn’t count as an impulse purchase.” (Recent conversation with a close friend – and I’d been thinking

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Financial Pet Peeve: The Worst Credit Score Myth of All

There is a perverse myth that’s taken hold in our recently credit-score-obsessed culture. A myth so upsetting to my delicate feminine emotions, it leaves me longing for the days of fainting couches. This myth is doing damage to the already

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