Imagine visiting your doctor through your computer. Think about the convenience of having on-demand service from your healthcare provider. Here are some facts regarding PlushCare vs. Heal, so you can decide what’s right for you.
Spend Smart Articles
These are the best articles on spending money wisely. Life requires us all to spend money, so just be smart about your spending and you'll be on the right financial track.
We break down exactly what to do step-by-step when disputing a medical bill when you’ve either been incorrectly billed or can’t afford your payment.
Debx is an app that allows you to use your credit card like a debit card, but instantly paying off credit card purchases. Find out more in our Debx review.
Made some financial mistakes in the past? There’s no reason to be embarrassed by your finances. Here are some tips to help you turn your situation around.
Plushcare is an innovative app that allows you to talk to a doctor from your computer or smartphone. In our Plushcare review, see why we think this is a game changer for healthcare.
While Quicken is a popular tool, there are so many great ways to manage your money online. Check out these best alternatives to Quicken.
So, you need help budgeting? Looking for the right online software? YNAB (youneedabudget.com) could be the perfect choice!
In the world of advanced technology, when it comes to cell phones, one of the most sought-after brands on the market is the Apple iPhone. Whether you are in search of an older version of the iPhone or the newly released iPhone X, the one issue that may stop you in your tracks is the […]
If you use Discover cashback credit cards, check out these 2018 spending categories along with how to maximize your cash back earnings.
Want to take your net worth from $0 to $100k+? Find out why Cinch is the perfect app to help in this Cinch review
HoneyFi is a new app that helps couples manage their finances in a stress-free way. Learn more about how it works in this HoneyFi review.
If you love money-saving apps, check out this Drop app review to learn how you can earn rewards by shopping with your favorite retailers.
A prepaid debit card may help you better track & control your spending. Find out how it works along with the top cards on the market.
There are so many opinions about millennials but here are some millennial myths and actual facts about how this generation handles money.
We compare our favorite free checking accounts that are excellent for college students but are open for anyone as well.
Many young adults in their early twenties have little or no established credit. Because of this fact, they have very few options for finding housing and buying a car (we’ve talked about this struggle before here). Too many young adults ignore the importance of building credit until it’s too late. At that point, the options to […]
If you use rewards credit cards, Birch Finance is a great app to consider using to make sure you maximize those rewards opportunities.
After working for years to receive a college degree it’s finally time for graduation. Receiving your degree is a relief and sense of accomplishment, but few graduates have time to reflect on their education – because now it ‘s time to use it! For many college graduates, using their degree means relocating for a job […]
The math behind Uber vs. Owning A Car and why I decided to sell my car and take Uber or Lyft everywhere, including work.
Have you ever thought about how you physically handle your money? I’m talking about your cash – where you put it, how crisp and organized your keep it, how you hand it to others. Have you ever thought how you physically handle your money could be a reflection of your money mindset – and it […]
Investors (like all humans) possess built-in mental “handicaps” that poison their decision-making. The sunk cost fallacy, hindsight bias, and anchoring are just a few of the most problematic. Yet perhaps even more troublesome than these errors is the phenomenon known as “mental accounting.” Mental accounting refers to the tendency of humans to develop and make […]
Money and finance doesn’t have to be “all or nothing”. But the trouble is, you hear it all the time – pay off your debt OR save. Invest OR spend. Too many people (and some financial pundits) push you towards OR, not AND. While it’s great to plow money into paying off debt, you shouldn’t do […]