Personal finance, like just about everything else, is mainly common sense.
The longest government shutdown in U.S. history ended after 35 days on January 25, 2019. A temporary appropriations bill extended funding for shuttered federal agencies to February 15, 2019, while a bipartisan committee negotiates a new spending bill for the Department of Homeland Security.1
Well there you have it, Tom Brady, Bill Belichick, and the rest of the New England Patriots climbed back to the top of the heap on Sunday. Congratulations to all of our readers who were cheering on the G.O.A.T.
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There are a variety of financial management tools and applications available today that can be used to help you manage your money. From software applications to phone apps, there’s no shortage of help available.
Here we are on the last day of 2018, and it’s unclear to me how the year should be filed. It started off on a tear. Before reaching the end of January, the Dow Jones Industrial Average (DJIA), a mathematical index comprised of just 30 publicly traded companies which cannot be invested in directly, reached a record level. Put it down in the history books.
At the end of the month, do you often find yourself with a lot less money than you expected? Do you have a hard time determining exactly what you spent your money on? Do you feel that you should have more to show for your hard work than you currently do? Are you and your spouse or partner always fighting about money?