Baseball season is here, but ticket prices in New York (and probably where you are, too) are sky high (not to mention parking, concessions, etc.). I really want to get to a Mets game, but the cost involved isn’t fitting…
My blog about trying to set up a Facebook app to allow my friends to share my Citi ThankYou rewards points was featured in this week’s Carnival of Personal Finance hosted by Diva in Debt.
My friend says, “No Thanks,” to request to share information on Citi’s ThankYou Point Sharing app. Reaping the benefits of Citi’s new rewards sharing program may not be as easy as it appears. Arm twisting may be necessary if none of my friends have that rewards card or any rewards points to share with me.
And who among my friends is going to be want give up their hard-earned rewards so that I can buy a tent or go on a cruise?
April is National Financial Literacy Month. It’s time to step up and make sure you know your personal finance basics. If you have kids, whether first graders or teenagers, it’s also a great time to help educate them about healthy money habits.
You can further your personal finance know-how by reading on for my roundup of my favorite blog posts from the past week!
Flu season is upon us and you or a loved one might be rolling up your sleeves to get the annual vaccination against the influenza virus.
Here’s my question for you: How are you paying for it?
If you have health insurance coverage through your employer, you might think you’re doing the right thing if you go to your doctor’s office for the shot. But are you?