Deliberating Debt: Snowball or Avalanche?
If you haven’t heard these two terms in the context of paying off your loans and credit cards, you either don’t have a debt problem or you’re ignoring the problem you have.
4 Realistic Ways to Increase Your Net Worth
Anyone can start on these four strategies tomorrow. It might feel like an uphill battle at first, but it’ll all be worth it when the financial benefits start rolling in.
Financial Goals You Can Set Right Now
This post is for the newest generation of working-class investors; those who either don’t have time or aren’t yet concerned with planning 20 or 30 years ahead.
Money Minded: 5 Ways to Correct Your Financial Thinking
How does one go about fixing this problem? That all depends on the person. However, there are some specific thoughts you can start changing right now.
4 Ways Money Management Has Changed
You need to know what’s happening in the financial world, and how changes in wealth management could affect you now and in the future.
5 Reasons You Shouldn't (or Should) Take Out a Personal Loan
I’m laying out these five reasons why you shouldn’t - or should - consider a personal loan. If you have all the right answers to these issues, I guess you can head over to the bank.
6 Tax Benefits for Going Green
You’ve probably heard about some of the green energy tax credits, but there’s a good chance you don’t know about all of them. Here are six you should keep on your radar and use if the opportunity arises.
Saving Money in the Age of Apps
While you can find dozens of good financial apps beyond the ones I’m listing, here are six I’ve come across that can have a real and immediate impact when it comes to saving and investing.
Tracking Down the Best Credit Cards
If you’re going to figure out which are the best credit cards and which will leave you wanting, you need to start by knowing what to look for. I’ll try to run down some of the essentials for your credit card hunt.
The Great Savings Competition
I propose a challenge. Whereas a lot of my articles offer general guidelines for saving and investing, I’m going to use this post to set forth a specific challenge that can help you save a decent amount of money.
Paying Off Your Student Loans
If you’re dealing with your own student loans or you’re about to start college and enter this world of debt, don’t panic. It’s a situation that can be managed if you take the right steps.
The Undeniable Importance of Budgeting
While a lot of people make enough money to cover all their bills and don’t worry much about following a budget, you can make each dollar go a lot further when you know how your money is being spent.
Top 5 Careers That Don’t Require a College Degree
College is a great choice, but it’s not everyone’s choice. If you want a good career but don’t see earning a degree as a realistic option, here are five jobs worth considering.
Things You Can Learn From a Powerball Winner
If you want examples of why it’s risky to play fast and loose with your money, look no further than some recent lottery winners.
Saving for Retirement in a Freelance World
It’s not enough to urge people to save for retirement; let’s figure out the tactics that can make retirement savings a reality. There are plenty of ways to go about it, you just have to find a method that works for you.
The Best Ways To Learn About Money
Is it just me, or are podcasts the biggest thing since sliced bread? I’m definitely a fan, but I’m a little surprised at how they’ve exploded in the last couple of years.