Wondering who still offers early tax refund anticipation loans? Find out the most popular providers and whether or not they’re worth it.
Here are seven great personal finance gift ideas for the personal finance lover, or the relative that needs to learn about this stuff.
If you’re looking for an easy way to open a retirement account and begin investing, Betterment is the solution. Read our Betterment Review.
Paying off debt can feel overwhelming if you don’t where to start. Here’s how to pay off $10,000 of debt in one year – step by step.
Do you want to reach financial freedom faster? Learn how you can live on $20,00 per year and reach your goals faster.
Freelance writing is the ultimate side hustle. It’s flexible, it pays well, and it’s enjoyable. In fact, freelance blogging helped me go from earning $1,600 per month to earning more than $5,500 per month. This profession was my golden ticket to bigger and better opportunities. The flexibility and sheer amount of opportunity that comes along […]
CommonBond is a student loan lender that offers private loans and student loan refinancing.
If you’re looking for a way to lower the interest rates on your student loans, SoFi student loans may be the answer.
Building a residual income is a great way to reach financial freedom. You put in the hard work and continue to bring in a lifelong income.
Do you want to build multiple streams of income? Here are six ideas to diversify your income. There is something on this list for everyone.
Digit might just revolutionize the way people save money. If you have a hard time saving this app is for you. Find out more in our Digit Review.
Looking to make money fast? These five quick money making ideas are relatively easy to do and don’t require you to be chained to a desk.
The ways to invest in real estate include buying rental property, crowd funding a property, flipping houses, renting out rooms, and REITs.
We are officially in November and only seven weeks away from Christmas.Seven weeks! Can you believe it?!?I don’t know about you, but time seems to go much faster for me once the busyness of the holiday seasons hits. That means those seven weeks are going to be up before we know it. If you’ve yet to […]
As a kid you think that your parents have been socking money away for your future college education. Then you grow up. And chances are that magical fund that you thought existed, doesn’t. When you head off to college you really aren’t worried about things like student loans. You don’t even grasp what debt can […]
Do you ever look at your mounting debt, and simply not know where to start? Are you waiting for some kind of epiphany or kick in the butt to get started? Do you simply feel paralyzed in even taking the first step because you feel like you’ve made too many mistakes already getting to this […]
Passive income seems to be the Holy Grail of personal finance. I mean when it comes to income, what could be better than earning without having to trade your time for dollars? There are two main routes to passive income – either you invest money to make it happen, or you invest time to make […]
Lacking self-discipline? You need to trick yourself into saving money. Here are three great strategies to do just that.
New to investing? Sick of high account minimums? Tired of paying trading, management, and rebalancing fees? WiseBanyan could be the solution to all of your investing frustrations. After witnessing firsthand the often misaligned values of financial advisors and their clients, combined with too high minimum investment amounts, and unreasonable fees the idea for WiseBanyan was born. […]
There seems to be a common theme with the people around me who receive a large income tax refund: the money starts burning a hole in their pocket! When this happens, the money that was supposed to help improve their financial life turns into an inexpensive new car (or an expensive one with monthly payments), […]
If you’re over the age of 25 you might feel like the odd-one-out if you’re thinking about going back to school. You shouldn’t, though. Nearly 40% of college students are considered adult learners, over the age of 25. Going back to school as an adult has some major benefits. First and foremost you’re far more […]
Over the past couple of years I’ve worked to save up enough money for a healthy emergency fund. I now have roughly six months’ worth of savings and I’m still adding extra money to the account. My next big goal is to save for an investment property. I still have a ways to go before […]