The Times has an article this morning about how $1 million isn't what it used to be, which, yes, we know!
I recently procured my first real job (score!), and have come up with a basic budget and blah blah blah. Beyond that though, I do not know what I should be doing to get started at Being A Real Adult Who Makes Good Money Decisions.
Why you need to know this: Compound interest on your investments will make you totally rich.
I am officially done with grad school, and in the fall will begin life as an assistant professor in a large(ish) city in the southwest. My new goal is to buy a house, and I would like to know how I should start going about saving to do this?