Rebuilding Your Credit Through Responsible Spending

Your credit score is something you need to take seriously. Having poor credit will cause many unnecessary obstacles in your life. Securing steady employment could be difficult even if you are great worker. Getting a loan will cost you more in interest charges. Obtaining a decent apartment will be a hassle as well. However, you … Read more

What You Say vs. What You Do: How to Get Yourself to Agree with Yourself When Spending Money

You said yesterday that you were supposed to stop spending money on fast food (because it ‘ate up’ such a large part of your budget last month) yet you stopped by McDonald’s this afternoon because you weren’t paying any attention to the determined self talk you had this morning. You said last week you were … Read more

Author & Professor Mitchell Weiss on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On Tuesday, March 27, 2012, David Domzalski of the Financial Bin spoke with Mitchell Weiss, Author of Life Happens: A Practical Guide to Personal Finance from College Through Career and professor of Finance at Hartford University. Mitch, a former lender and financial CEO, has a unique perspective on the financial lives of young adults. Unlike … Read more

Choosing a Financial Advisor: It’s Simpler Than You Think

If your goal is financial independence, or at least a comfortable retirement, you may want a financial advisor to manage your investment portfolio.  Sure, it’s possible to do it yourself, but unless you have the skill, the time, and the drive to manage your own investments, you may be better off using an advisor.  Choosing … Read more

Danny Kofke, Author of “A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom”, on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski

On March 22, 2012 at 6 PM EST, Financial Bin’s David Domzalski spoke with Danny Kofke, author of two personal finance books – How To Survive (and Perhaps Thrive) On A Teacher’s Salary and A Simple Book of Financial Wisdom: Teach Yourself (and Your Kids) How to Live Wealthy with Little Money. Danny has appeared … Read more

Joe Paretta Explains How He ‘Mastered the Card’ on Episode #1 of Financial Bin Radio’s Debt Dungeon with David Domzalski

Debt Dungeon, Episode #1: Joe Paretta is a coach, author, speaker, and teacher. He published his first book in November 2010, Master The Card: Say Goodbye to Credit Card Debt…Forever!, which he considers a “labor of love.” To learn more about Joe and his efforts, check out Make sure to check out Joe’s article … Read more