The idea of saving money in college might sound impossible – but it’s totally doable! For most college students, this is the first time really having to budget and manage money on your own. You might not know all the tips and tricks to make your money last. That’s what this list is for. Here’s some of […]
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A new year, a new you, right? While the New Year brings good intentions it can also be a total budget buster – especially if you’re going out and buying a ton of new gear to work on resolutions. If you’re looking to invest in yourself this year but don’t have a whole lot of […]
Just like death and taxes, there is no way that you can get around auto insurance (legally, of course). Just because you’re required by law to have auto insurance, doesn’t mean that you have to pay a small fortune to get the coverage that you need. There are millions of Americans are overpaying for their […]
The traditional college story is pretty well known. You go to a big public university, move into the dorms and start stressing about which major to choose. But is that really the story for most students these days? Is it even the right choice? More and more young people are choosing to start their higher […]
If you are thinking funds are going to be your friends while studying abroad, you may want to reconsider. Although living in a foreign country can be very expensive, there are certain hacks that can get you through your ‘student years’ cost-effectively. Especially, if you come from a country whose currency exchange rates significantly reduce […]
Last summer my husband and I bought a log cabin. We got what looked like an amazing deal on the surface but we went into the home buying process knowing that 1) taking care of a log home is more costly than owning many other types of residences and 2) our “deal” was going to […]
The spending of the millennial generation is varied, and vastly different from any of its predecessors. While there are many things millennials don’t actively buy, like homes, cars, or even cable, recent graduates do spend a ludicrous amount of money on non-essentials—often without even being cognizant of these terrible spending patterns. Luxury Gym Memberships Fitness […]
Don’t have a lot of money for Christmas gifts? No problem. The best gifts are always the ones with meaning and thought put behind them. Even if you’re living on a ramen-noodle type of a budget it’s possible to inexpensively spread some holiday cheer. With a little creativity you can make your dollars stretch a […]
If you’ve been looking for a way to organize your ideas and interests online we’ve found a great solution. Similar to Pinterest, Clipix allows you to “clip” articles, tutorials, and even products that you find interesting. Only unlike Pinterest you can clip anything with Clipix. There doesn’t need to be a graphic on the article […]
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Pay your bills on time to avoid any penalties. Remember a dollar saved on a penalty is the same as an extra dollar earned. You can link your bills with your bank accounts and use an automatic payment. This reduces the chances of default and you won’t have to remember due dates. If you want […]
We recently asked “What Do You Consider a Financial Disaster?” It is an incredibly personal question and one that some of us really don’t want to think about. We are all working so hard to be financially smart and responsible. We don’t want to think about something wiping us out! I wonder, though, if for many […]
After college, your biggest expense will be housing. But what about while you’re in college? Housing can still make up a huge percentage of your expenses. Unfortunately, most freshman will be out of luck in the savings department due to universities requiring first-year students to live on campus. But every year after that you have options. […]
I love this quote – it relates exactly to my top financial hack – front loading your life. I’m a big believer that you need to do as much as you possibly can as early as you possibly can. It’s so much better to load up on savings and investments in your 20s versus your […]
Do you need more money? If your answer is yes, you’re presented with two options: earn more money or slash your budget. While both options are good, it takes a lot less effort to cut expenses than it does to earn more money. And surprisingly, it’s the small things that make a huge difference in […]
Congratulations! You’ve finished college and are now relocating to be closer to your new job. While this is exciting you’re also faced with the task of moving all of your stuff. And, since this can sometimes be a very expensive task, you’re looking to save as much money as possible. If this sounds like you, […]