When it comes to student loans and budgeting, it can be hard to figure out what to do with your money to start getting ahead financially.
Archives for March 2018
We break down the best student loans and best ways to pay for graduate school – so you can know what your options are to make it affordable.
Refinancing your student loans is a great way to lower your interest rates. But how do you find fair terms? Take a look at Advantage Education Loan.
Are you having problems with the IRS? You may want to consider contacting a taxpayer advocate. They can speak to the IRS for you and help resolve tax problems.
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.
Use our discretionary income calculator and see how your income can impact your student loans and income driven repayment plans.
We break down everything that you need to know about student loan consolidation, including the benefits and potential problems with consolidating your student loan debt.
Have a side hustle? Earning extra money can be great, but you shouldn’t forget about paying your taxes. Here’s how to optimize taxes when you side hustle.
Investing in a real estate deal can be highly rewarding, but at the same time – very challenging. It’s not like investing in stocks, where you know what you’re getting. Every property and deal structure is so different, there isn’t a “one size fits all” investment that can make sense for everyone. Today, with awesome […]
We break down the ten most popular cryptocurrencies to invest in, not just based on market capitalization, but also on buzz and practicality.
Here are the best college financing and student loans to pay for your MBA or graduate business school degree – including banks, financial aid options, and more.
Interested in investing in real estate? Roofstock is an online marketplace for tenant-occupied real estate. Learn more in this Roofstock review.
The debt snowball method is a popular strategy to use when you’re trying to stay motivated during debt payoff. However, it may not be best for student loan borrowers and here’s why.
We break down a full list of over 50 different ways to get student loan forgiveness, from repayment plans, to loan forgiveness, to student loan repayment assistance programs.
We break down the order of operations to pay for medical school, including where to find the best student loans and loan programs for doctors.
IOTA is an alt coin that uses a completely different network technology from blockchain for its ledger. This allows IOTA to focus on secured interactions between IoT (Internet of Things) devices while providing dynamic scalability and zero fees. How is IOTA able to do this and what is the infrastructure under IOTA that’s supporting it […]
Would you invest in a cryptocurrency that allows people in different countries to send money to each other for a fraction of a cent? Wouldn’t that upend how money currently reaches people in different countries, especially poor countries? That’s the goal of Stellar and it has some well-known names backing it. In this article, we’ll […]
Unlike some cryptocurrencies, NEM leaves a complete audit trail of transactions. This is definitely not the coin for money launderers. The benefit to transparent transactions is that businesses can easily verify transactions and know who they are working with – a virtual requirement in the business world. This sets NEM on a path of wide […]
Monero (XMR) is an alt coin that differentiates itself from other cryptocurrencies through its strong use of privacy. Or as Monero’s website states, it is a “private digital currency”. It is currently ranked #13 on coinmarketcap.com. In this article, we’ll dig more into what Monero is, how it is different from other cryptocurrencies and how […]
EOS is a cryptocurrency that you can’t really buy anything with. However, it is being billed as a platform for decentralized applications. Should you invest in EOS?
This is one of the most common questions I get almost everyday – I can’t afford my Parent PLUS Loans, what do I do? I’m a firm believer that parents should NOT be taking out loans to pay for their children’s’ education. There are a lot of reasons why it’s a bad idea, and I cover […]
When filing your taxes, when does it make sense to pay more to have a tax pro review your tax return and make sure everything is correct? We break down the answers here.