But Tiffany, it’s October, why are you doing the July update now? Well, dear reader, this was a busy busy summer. And I wanted to get these numbers down before Sallie Mae updates my monthly payment amount after my October payment. So I’ve continued my trend of paying as much as I possibly can each
I know I haven’t posted in awhile about any great money making sites, but I saw Pinecone Research is open to new signups, and this is one you have to get in on if you’re into filling out surveys! I joined Pinecone Research back in 2003 when they still paid $5 a survey via checks.
If you’ve been around here before, you know that the boyfriend and I grow various herbs and vegetables in containers in a small garden on our patio. Each summer we do a whole webseries on youtube documenting the process. I used to write posts on it as well, but I don’t have time anymore. If
Yep, it’s May. I’ve been crazy busy for the past two weeks, so I’m only getting around to writing this post now. It also doesn’t help that this latest debt update is a little disappointing (and not because of anything I did). In January Sallie Mae dropped my student loan payment to $982.89. Since then
I don’t know when Sallie Mae started this, but I didn’t discover it until February. Previously if you made extra payments beyond your monthly amount due and you wanted it applied to specific loans, you had to make all of your payments by check with written instructions telling them how to apply the extra amounts.
Yes, it’s technically February, but this my first chance to sit down and write this post. January was the next month for Sallie Mae to reevaluate my monthly payment based off the extra payments I make on my student loan each month. Back in October, Sallie Mae dropped my monthly payment to $996.97. I paid
Happy New Year everyone! Last year sped by so fast, and although I do not feel like I made much of a dent in my students loans over the year, I did hit a major goal and my networth is slowly increasing. So as I’m reflecting on the past year and making personal resolutions, I
The past two months have been a bit of a challenge for me in the money department. Money hasn’t be tight or anything, but moving all of my money from one bank to the other is time consuming and confusing, especially for someone like me who is meticulous about keeping a balanced checking account. Because
With all of the bank research I’ve done the past few weeks, I’ve thought a lot about my credit score and how it effects this whole process. It’s kind of silly how a number defines whether or not you can open an account, interest rates and all sorts of other things related to your financial
…time to find a new bank. I’ve had checking, savings and credit card accounts with Bank of America for about seven years now. Kind of crazy considering I hate the bank. Of course you’re thinking, well if you hate them so much, why do you bank with them? I originally opened a student checking account