A college education costs a lot these days. With college costs rising at rapid rates, many people have to take out loans in order to finance their higher education.
Having to make a big student loan payment every month can prevent you from being able to invest for retirement and save money for life purchases.
While there are ways to cut your monthly spending, save on groceries, and make more money, when ...
If you have ever been in a tight spot financially, you know how frustrating it can feel. You may feel like your money is gone as soon as you get your paycheck. It may feel like you will never escape the endless cycle of living paycheck to paycheck.
But how would an extra $100 a month improve your financial situation? What about $500? Or even $1000?
Making an extra thousand dollars a ...
You might have outgrown your cubicle of 5 years. You might have just gotten out of college.
And you want more to life.
You want to do more with your life besides work to death for a living. You want to start your own company. Become a dancer, actor, a creator, not a consumer.
You want to finally start following your dreams.
And everyone around you is telling you to act on ...
Saving money seems like a hard thing to do. You might think you need to penny-pinch or practice extreme frugality to save anything more than you currently are. But that is not always the case.
To save money, you don’t have to do anything extreme.
You can make a big impact on your finances by simply becoming more mindful of what you are spending money on. Making little changes add up into ...
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A couple days ago I used a new food delivery service for the first time. It was extremely easy to do and was done entirely online.
It made me think of just how much can be done from our computer or smart phone. I’ve compared and purchased life insurance online, signed up for credit cards online, and even make most of my income ...
The internet loves making millennials feel stupid — especially with managing money.
But sometimes in the land of articles written by people from older generations, there lies a bit of truth.
Collectively, millennials aren’t that great at managing our money.
We can blame anyone we want: our parents, the school system, America. Or we can take responsibility and learn from our mistakes.
Here are three things millennials do that make us broke. But ...
We all get off track at one point or another when it comes to managing our money.
Little by little, purchases creep up and next thing you know, your rubbing pennies together until the next payday.
No-spend challenges are a great way at uncovering your excess purchases and spending triggers.
Everyone has something positive they can gain from going on a no-spend challenge. Even the most frugal of people have guilty spending pleasures ...
If you’re looking to start making extra money on the side, you’ve come to the right place.
Young Adult Money is all about the power of the side hustle when it comes to getting your financial life in order.
Whether you are trying to pay off debt, save for a house, or create more room in your budget to do the things you love, making more money is one of the top ...
One of the biggest lies you’ll hear about eating healthy is that it’s going to be expensive.
After all, your health is your wealth; how can you work and make money when you are suffering from headaches, back pain, weak immune systems, and other uncomfortable conditions?
Although it’s true that your health definitely is an investment, taking care of yourself by eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive!
With proper research, time, ...
For most people nowadays, your smartphone is with you wherever you go.
You check it dozens of times per day for messages, emails, and using apps. We like being in the know at all times of the day and viewing in on things when it’s convenient.
When it comes to managing our money, we hold the same state of mind. We want tools made for simplicity, usefulness, and being able to ...
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