Second Generation Debtors

Debt is a weird thing – few people talk openly about the debts that they have (even with spouses sometimes) and yet most Americans have debt. Why are we so afraid to talk about it, yet so comfortable with having it? We’ve come to expect that it’s just a fact of life. Our parents had […]

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Guest Posting at The Dad Wallet

Good morning! Today I don’t have a regularly-scheduled post for Married with Money. Instead, you can head on over to The Dad Wallet where I have a guest post up. I will talk about transitioning from being in debt to saving and investing. If you’re in this stage, approaching it, or maybe already past it […]

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Alright, Equifax Got Hacked: What Should You Do?

In case you haven’t heard the news, Equifax got hacked. Like, a big security breach. For those of you unfamiliar, Equifax is one of the three Consumer Credit Reporting Agencies in the US. The two other ones are Experian and TransUnion. Equifax recently came out and notified the public of a security breach that resulted […]

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Get An MIT Education For Free

Have you ever wanted to get an MIT education, but don’t have $70k a year to do it? What options might you have? Of course student loans are available (for those who want to be a quarter million dollars in debt when they graduate). Scholarships and grants are another good step to research, but chances […]

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Do You Know What STD’s Your Partner Has?

When you’re dating someone and marriage is potentially on the horizon, it’s important to discuss a number of different things. Of course, regular conversations will come up early on in your dating. Things like hobbies, jobs, and other relatively easy topics to talk about. When things start getting serious in a relationship, though, some more […]

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