Dear Dave: Sometimes on vacation trips I like to check out casinos. I always account for the money I wager in my budget, and I never spend more than I’ve allotted. How do you feel about gambling at a casino, as long as you limit your spending this way? — Carson
Dear Dave: I live with my boyfriend, and we have a baby together. I brought debt into the relationship, and I’m using your debt snowball method to pay it off, but he is debt-free.
Dear Dave: My wife and I are on Baby Step 3, and we were talking the other day about how our home, travel trailer and cars have appreciated recently. Everything is paid for except the home, but we were wondering if we should increase the amount of insurance coverage on these items since they…
Nearly 25 students from Stephen F. Austin State University’s Rusche College of Business spent 10 days in France learning about the management of bakeries, champagne houses, French fashion brands, chocolate production and more through SFA’s study abroad program.
Dear Dave: My husband and I are in our mid-20s, and we are expecting our first baby this year. We are also debt-free, except for our mortgage, and we expect to have it paid off in about four years.
Beginning this fall, the Chadwick Family Banking Program in Stephen F. Austin State University’s Rusche College of Business will offer banking professionals access to essential industry courses, allowing them to earn a professional certification in banking.
Dear Dave: My wife and I have always attended church, and we have always tithed. Over the last few months, we have come to the decision it is time for us to find a place to worship that is a little more involved in the community.
The Texas Purchasing from People with Disabilities program benefited the state’s economy in several multimillion-dollar ways during 2019 and 2020, according to a report compiled by faculty members in Stephen F. Austin State University’s Rusche College of Business. These included adding appro…
Stephen F. Austin State University economics and finance students received monetary awards and scholarships — many donated by Nacogdoches area financial institutions — during an April 20 ceremony.