11322953266_db29ce0659_z

Single Girl’s Guide: Finding Financial Accountability

While there a ton of great things about being single, there are also a few small drawbacks. One of the advantages of being single is you don’t have to run your financial game plan past anyone else for approval (like a significant other). One of the disadvantages of being single is you don’t have to […]

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Plus
  • Email
  • RSS
  • Add to favorites
  • Google Reader
1469475472_8088a7c827_z

Blog Roundup and Link Love

Hello everyone! This is Michelle from Making Sense of Cents again. As a refresher in case you didn’t know, I am helping Jenny (the owner of The Jenny Pincher) manage this blog and the content here. Weekly, I will be publishing a blog roundup and a link up to my favorite blog posts. I’m hoping to spread some […]

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Plus
  • Email
  • RSS
  • Add to favorites
  • Google Reader

How do Unsecured Loans Actually Work?

An unsecured personal loan is extended to those with the most impeccable credit reports. This type of loan does not require any type of collateral to be used to guarantee repayment. These are great for you but risky for the lender. The explanation of the types of loans and how the process works is explained […]

Share and Enjoy

  • Facebook
  • Twitter
  • Pinterest
  • LinkedIn
  • Google Plus
  • Email
  • RSS
  • Add to favorites
  • Google Reader

What’s Hot

Blog Roundup and Link Love

Hello everyone! This is Michelle from Making Sense of Cents again. As a refresher in case you didn’t know, I am helping Jenny (the owner of The Jenny Pincher) manage this blog and the … [Read More...]

How do Unsecured Loans Actually Work?

An unsecured personal loan is extended to those with the most impeccable credit reports. This type of loan does not require any type of collateral to be used to guarantee repayment. These are great … [Read More...]

Four Ways To Budget Correctly

Many people have a budget yet still have spending problems. Just because you have a budget does not mean that all of your spending worries and problems will just disappear. There are ways to … [Read More...]

Single Girl’s Guide: Finding Financial Accountability

While there a ton of great things about being single, there are also a few small drawbacks. One of the advantages of being single is you don’t have to run your financial game plan past anyone else … [Read More...]

4 Areas To Think About Before You Choose a Car

Buying a new or a new-to-you car can be a lot of fun. But, it can also be kind of scary because buying a car can be such a large purchase in a person's life. Before you buy, there are four areas you … [Read More...]

Positives of Starting Your Own Blog

Here at The Jenny Pincher, we love blogging. Of course we would since this blog has been around for several years. Even after a short (okay, kind of long) blogging break, we are back and running … [Read More...]

Are You Making Any Of These Interview Attire Mistakes?

Within the first minute of meeting someone, most people make an assumption based on that first impression. And that is why it's important to put some thought and research into what you wear to a job … [Read More...]

Can You Afford to Live Alone?

We’ve talked quite a bit lately about the pros and cons of living alone and how to avoid roommate disasters if you choose to go the roommate route; but the bottom line when deciding whether or not to … [Read More...]

Getting Control of Your Finances after the Loss of Your Spouse

The below articles services are specific to Australia although the information provided outlines the types of services and programs which may be available in your area. Losing a spouse can be one … [Read More...]

Looking For Ways To Have Cheap and Affordable Fun?

I believe too many people let their budget get in the way of them having fun. There are plenty of ways out there to have fun for cheap, and many times even free. Some of the ways below may require … [Read More...]

Let’s Talk Money!

Can You Afford to Live Alone?

We’ve talked quite a bit lately about the pros and cons of living alone and how to avoid roommate disasters if you choose to go the roommate route; but the bottom line when … [Read More...]

Looking For Ways To Have Cheap and Affordable Fun?

I believe too many people let their budget get in the way of them having fun. There are plenty of ways out there to have fun for cheap, and many times even free. Some of … [Read More...]

Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff

When it comes to making decisions in life (and finances), men and women are usually polar opposites. We women tend to look at ALL of the little details before finalizing … [Read More...]

4 Tips To Go To College For Cheap

  The price of college is increasing at an alarming rate. Between college tuition, the price of textbooks, parking fees, laboratory fees, and everything else, … [Read More...]

3 Ways To Save Money For a Vacation In The Winter

Yes, yes, I know, winter is still far away but if you are wanting to take a vacation then you may want to start saving money now. You probably don't even want to think … [Read More...]

DIY Gel Manicure Hack for $2!

I'm excited about this post this week because I get to tell you a super easy and inexpensive way to get a salon quality manicure  (or pedicure) at home for around $2 a … [Read More...]

How Large Should Your Emergency Fund Be?

The other day I published the article Do You Have an Emergency Fund? I am a firm believer in a person having an emergency fund, whether or not you have debt. However, the next … [Read More...]

Do You Have an Emergency Fund?

Okay, those two pennies in the picture are probably not enough for your emergency fund, but they are a good start. There are many people in the world who live without an … [Read More...]

Single Girl’s Guide: Buying in Bulk

Lots of money saving advice on the internet is tailored toward helping families save money on groceries. This advice commonly suggests buying things in bulk at places like … [Read More...]

When is a Sale a Sale?

“BOGO 50% OFF!” “Extra 75% off Sale Merchandise” While some may argue that diamonds are a girl’s best friend, many would disagree that instead, diamonds on sale are an … [Read More...]

Building Wealth and Paying It Forward

Today's post is from Jill Suskind. Jill blogs at Your Teen's Money Skills and you can read more about her at the end of this post. I am a personal financial blogger by way … [Read More...]