How to get started investing in your 30s if you’ve never invested before, with a look at life events, financial balance, and more.
Archives for May 2018
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.
Are you looking for working-from-home jobs that actually pay? Here are some honest ideas to get you started!
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.
Wondering what are qualified expenses for a 529 plan? Here’s exactly what can and can’t be covered by your 529 college savings plan.
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.
Are you great with managing money, but you don’t have the credit score to prove it? Refinancing your student loans to a lower interest rate may still be possible with Earnest. Qualified borrowers will not only find low interest rates at Earnest, they’ll find a customized student loan product. Earnest is leading the private student loan […]
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.
Dave Ramsey’s Baby Steps can help you pay off your student loan debt. Here’s his approach to building wealth as well as some thoughts regarding paying off student loans.
Ask Trim is a free service that helps you save money by cutting unused subscriptions & earning cash back. Learn more in this Ask Trim review.
Not sure what you should do after college? You’re not alone. Here are some helpful ideas that just might be what you’re looking for.
Would knowing that you have more debt than your peers motivate you to pay off the debt faster? Would seeing your income as a top 10% income motivate you to save more or to work even harder to reach the top 5%?That’s the premise behind Status. It’s an app that tracks your income, spending, net […]
Wondering how student loans work? Learn how to apply for them, how much money you should borrow, and the details surrounding paying them back.
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.
Don’t make much money? Have a volatile income? Consider micro-saving. It’s a way to grow your nest egg even in tight financial scenarios. Learn more!
Understanding why and how you should setup an LLC for investing, and the benefits of using an LLC for investing.
Did you run out of financial aid with more school ahead of you? Are you going to? Here are some things you can do to help solve this frustrating situation.
If you want to better manage your money, use a personal finance website/tool to help. Here are 5 personal finance tools for millennials.
Are you having trouble with your current student loan lender? You can transfer student loans and be happier using one of these methods.
When it comes to selecting your first bank and opening your first bank account, it can be hard to know where to go and what to do. We break it down for you.
FedLoan Servicing has problems and is the worst student loan servicer. Their direct debit program is almost a scam for student loan users and their customer service is terrible.