I write about personal finance, credit cards and debt, saving, money, insurance, retirement, investing, loans, careers, freelancing, small business, and productivity.
There’s something pretty great about giving to those around you in need. Getting knee-deep with fellow do-gooders in a cause larger than yourself can score major feel-good vibes.
When it comes to saving money, the struggle is real. You may put your best foot forward, but at times your efforts and goals can fall by the wayside.
A guy I once dated had this mantra: “I’ll do what I want, when I want.” This motto proved problematic when we’d get into epic battles over nitpicky matters, but admittedly, there was something compelling about the idea.
With so much temptation out there, it’s far too easy to go overboard with your spending.
If you could pursue your dream job tomorrow, what would you do? What would you need to get there? Maybe you’ve always wanted to move out to the country and run an alpaca farm, or make a go at selling your unique handmade wares on Etsy.
Shopping for a car loan can be a financially and mentally draining experience.
Are you someone who is afraid of looking at your bank account, lest it serves as a reminder of how irresponsible you might have been with your money?
Confession: I am extremely lazy when it comes to budgeting. I’ve reached a point where I try to do the least amount of work possible in tracking my expenses.
Spanning 2,377 miles from Fort Kent, Maine, to Key West, Florida, driving on the historic U.S. Route 1 is a classic road trip filled with exciting points of interest and breathtaking vistas. Set this budget to help you save to see the best places along the way.
Maybe you’ve hit a wall and yearn for a fresh start. Perhaps your day job has grown stale and you’re dreaming of a career change, or you’re itching for a change of scenery and are eager to move to a new city.
Finding a side hustle is an excellent way to pad your income and reach your financial goals sooner, Grownups.
For some, life after graduation sometimes can look a lot like life during college, with the added stressors of needing to pay back your student loans.
The recent surge of digital wallets, P2P apps, and places you can use them have made it significantly easier to pay for business-related expenses.
hen it comes to money, you’ve had both victories and minor hiccups during the first half of 2016 and have made it out alive like a true champ. Kudos to you. You deserve a pat on the back.
So you’ve decided to take a stab at doing your own taxes for the first time. Go, you! A big part of filing your taxes DIY-style is keeping accurate track of key info such as your income, expenses, and deductions.