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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.
If you want to lighten your wallet and make use of today’s technology, learn about Google Pay and some Google Wallet alternatives here.
A breakdown of the best cell phone plans in 2018 students can use to save money, like Sprint, Republic Wireless, Verizon, AT&T, and more!
Whether you are looking to prepare for unexpected expenses or are in the middle of a financial emergency because of one, read this article.
We compared the best college textbook rental companies, including Amazon, Barnes and Noble, Campus Book Rentals, and eCampus for 2018.
Barnes and Noble offers new textbooks and textbook rentals, and it has competitive prices. However, it still charges shipping which lowers it’s competitiveness.
AbeBooks offers consistently low prices on used textbooks that makes them one of the top places to buy textbooks online.
Valore Books has great prices for college textbooks, but their limited inventory and poor user interface making shopping for textbooks a challenge.
Knetbooks offers low prices on par with that of most major sites, but they do have a shorter return policy and other features that might not make them the best option.
eCampus offers a variety of services similar to a bookstore: online book rental, used books, selling back your old textbook.
If you’re looking for an easy-to-use, unique textbook rental service, check out this Campus Book Rentals review.
Amazon textbook rentals might be the right choice for you. Get the details here along with answers to important questions about the service.
I love Uber Eats and I use it multiple times per week to feed myself and my family. Here are some of the top ways I leverage it to save time.
529 plans have changed. You can now withdraw up to $10,000 per year to pay for your children’s private primary and secondary eduction expenses. Here are some rules to know.
Spent App is a new way to earn cash back. Don’t expect it to work as an expense management app, but enjoy the cash back rewards for your everyday spending.
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.
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!