One of the best investments we made when we moved into our new place was to sign up with Vonage for our phone service.
For less than $30/month, we get unlimited minutes and unlimited long distance — and great features, like call forwarding, online voicemail access, and more.
Looks like HSBC is getting into the online checking game.
When the Internet was in its infancy, consumers were much more likely to be caught in an online investment or money scam than they are today.
But even though we're more skeptical of the "work at home" emails and the "send us your social security number" requests, online scams can still cost you dearly if you're not careful.
Being a young investor brings with it the comfort of knowing that you're getting started at the right time, but many questions about the right way to set up your investments.
While Boglehead philosophy preaches asset allocation of bonds equal to your age and mostly the rest in stocks, I've questioned the idea of not having 100% in stocks.
One of the first steps to getting on track financially is start taking advantage of opportunities available to you. For many workers, the biggest missed opportunity is a 401(k) and the company match of basically free money.