Posts from Eric Rosenberg

Eric is the founder and editor of Narrow Bridge Finance. He is a financial analyst with an MBA and undergraduate finance degree. He has worked in banking and wants to share what he learned to help you save time, money, and headache.

Preparing for Your First Joint Tax Return

So for those of you who missed the memo, I’m married now. While I can hear the hearts of single women around the world breaking as these words are read, I have something else churning in my mind. I have to change how I file my taxes. This whole married money thing has been going […]

October 2014 Earnings and Investments Update

Fall is falling, the weather is changing, and there is plenty of money to be made and saved! I’ve been at my new job for about a month now (expect a few more stories about the transition in the next month or so) and I’m still keeping at the side income streams, with a little […]

Get Started Early With Holiday Savings

It is never too early to get started with your holiday shopping and planning. Taking care of everything well ahead of time can save you hundreds of dollars on gifts, decorations, travel plans, and everything else that comes with the holiday season. While it is a festive time, ignoring holiday savings can bust your budget […]

Easy Ways to Slash Your Grocery Bill

If there is one necessity in our budget that we absolutely can’t live without, it is food. While it is easy to skip out on restaurants and coffee shop visits, cutting grocery bills can be a big challenge even for the most budget minded planners. If you are looking to cut your budget at the […]

Chrome Extensions to Save You Money

Internet Explorer. More like Internet Exploder. Mozilla Firefox. That’s so 2011. Google Chrome is the most popular web browser in the world with nearly 44% of all internet traffic. That is nearly double the next biggest browser. If you are using anything but Chrome, you might be missing out on some of the biggest money […]

September 2014 Earnings and Investments Update

What a busy month this has been. I have a lot to share with you. I took a long trip, started a new job, and have pivoted again with some of my business strategies. Read about my online income, and my new plans, in this month’s earnings and investments update.

5 Backyard Budget Entertaining Ideas

Having friends over is a ton of fun. I love entertaining and hosting people for parties, dinners, and fun evenings. But hosting events can get expensive quick. Here are five budget entertaining ideas to have people over while the weather is nice without blowing your budget.

5 Things to Do When You Need Money Now

Many people face a time in their lives when they are in dire need of money. Whether it’s a loss of income or an unexpected bill, being put into a position where you need quick cash to pay the bills is very stressful. If you are in this position, you have a few ways to […]

How to Fill Out Your Tax Forms on Your First Day of Work

I remember every first day of work I’ve ever had. That feeling of nervousness and excitement. Knowing that I have a great opportunity in front of me and an opportunity to prove myself for future promotions and career growth. New passwords and logins. Meeting new people. And, oh yeah, paperwork.

How I Turned a Layoff into a $6,000 Raise

I’ll never forget the morning that I found out my old company had been acquired. While getting ready for my day of volunteering, I turned on Denver’s 9 News just like every morning. But this day was different. Business reporter Greg Moss, usually entertaining me with market and local business news, was telling me that […]