Finance

October 4, 2012

Colleges that Lead to the Most and Least Debt

Students at Princeton University not only attend one of the best National Universities in the country, they also are likely leaving school with less debt than […]
October 3, 2012

Finances and Football: Lessons Learned from the Gridiron

At first glance, football might seem like a complicated sport. Especially when you listen to guys like Peyton Manning bark out strange code words in the […]
September 28, 2012

More Ways to Save

In our never-ending quest to help you save more and spend less, here is some additional advice from Yahoo’s Financially Fit: Keep Track – You can’t […]
September 28, 2012

Old Judgment Pays Huge Dividends

Saldutti, LLC was successful in recovering and collecting on a judgment that exceeds $1 million.  Recently, firm counsel Thomas O’Connell celebrated two victories.  First, he fended […]
September 25, 2012

What's the Going Rate for the Tooth Fairy?

The Tooth Fairy is starting to look a lot more like Santa Claus.  Kids found an average $3 per tooth under their pillows this year, up […]
September 20, 2012

Cats vs. Dogs: Which is the Cheaper Pet?

Whoever coined the phrase, “You can’t put a price on love” probably wasn’t a pet owner. Last year, between food, treats, toys, dog park memberships, vet […]
September 18, 2012

Saldutti, LLC Supports the 9/11 Heroes Run 2012

On Sunday, September 9th, Saldutti, LLC proudly took part in the 5th annual 9/11 Heroes Run, hosted by the Travis Manion Foundation.  Firm attorney, Tom O’Connell, […]
September 12, 2012

Navigating Finances for Stay-at-Home Parents

When one parent chooses to stay at home, managing the household finances can be tricky. When you were single, managing finances wasn’t an easy task. Getting […]
September 6, 2012

Back-to-School Budgeting

You’ve got everything together for child’s first day of school.  New shirt?  Check.  New jeans?  Check.  New backpack?  Check.  New school supplies?  Check  But then you […]