Households Lost $2.2 Trillion In Net Worth Last Quarter; It's Not Under Couch Cushions

Households Lost $2.2 Trillion In Net Worth Last Quarter; It's Not Under Couch Cushions

American households were collectively $2.2 trillion poorer at the end of September than they were at the end of June, marking the steepest-single quarter drop since 2008. Falling stock wealth was mainly to blame for the 4.1 percent drop to $57.4 trillion. Stagnant home prices didn’t much help things either. [More]

Demonic Dip Jar Causes Bloodbath

Demonic Dip Jar Causes Bloodbath

Personal finance blogger Penny Frugalista spins a campfire tale of how she and her husband were mangled by a stubborn, stabby Tostitos Southwestern Ranch dip jar. [More]