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The Money Manual
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General Finance
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Minimalism, budgeting, saving money, making money, app reviews, loans, budgeting, deals, digital banks, side hustles
Start Year:
2017

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Brooklyn, New York, United States
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Latest Blog Posts

The post 14 Free (Or Almost Free) Things To Do This Summer So You’ll Never Get Bored appeared first on The Money Manual. ...
Posted: May 21 2020 @ 5:45 PM
Warren Buffett is probably the most famous investor in the US but his biggest piece of personal finance advice he wants to share with people has nothing to do with investing at all — it has to do with credit cards. “I think people should avoid using credit cards as a piggy bank to be […] The post Warren Buffett’s Biggest Piece Of Personal Finance Advice Is Obvious — But We ...
Posted: May 05 2020 @ 3:54 PM
Hawaii resident Jazmine has been waiting over a month for her unemployment claim to be approved. Her account says “application processing” and her inquiries have been met with deafening silence. “I’ve called several thousand times and nothing. No answers. Ever,” Jazmine shared. Unemployment claims in the US have hit historic highs and the April report […] The post Still Missing Your Unemployment Check? You’re Not Alone. appeared first on The Money ...
Posted: May 04 2020 @ 10:15 AM
By now, a lot of you have received your stimulus money (if you haven’t, don’t worry, the IRS will continue to send the money out in waves over the next few months). Hey, money is the pocket is always good, but there have been some issues with the checks. Just some of the issues that […] The post Here’s What To Do If You Think Your Stimulus Check Is For The ...
Posted: Apr 29 2020 @ 1:20 PM
The post 11 Ways To Earn $250+ A Month Without You Leaving Your Couch appeared first on The Money Manual. ...
Posted: Apr 27 2020 @ 12:22 PM
These are the must read stories in personal finance this week. 1. How To Thoughtfully Prepare For The Recession Give yourself a day to hyperventilate. Give yourself a day to cry. Then, get to work protecting yourself from the incoming recession (which most economists believe we are already in). (The Good Trade) 2. Who Has […] The post Must Read: Why June Could Be A Scary Month For Your Money, Who ...
Posted: Apr 24 2020 @ 5:21 PM
On March 16, my business partner and I reluctantly agreed to shut down our personal training studio in New York City, Nicely Fit Co due to COVID-19. The night before, we had sent out an email to our clients letting them know we would be open, but that we would be doing intensive cleaning and […] The post I’m A Small Business Owner And Applying For Covid-19 Government Loans Has Been ...
Posted: Apr 16 2020 @ 12:31 PM
Stimulus checks issued by the US government are starting to arrive in peoples’ banks accounts this week. Still, a lot of questions remain about them, including if debt collectors can take the cash. Well, the answer apparently is yes, banks can snatch the cash before you can use it for bills, or food (which according […] The post Yes, Debt Collectors Can Take Your Coronavirus Stimulus Check appeared first on The ...
Posted: Apr 15 2020 @ 6:43 PM
Since the news broke that the government was going to be sending stimulus checks to people making below $99,000 a year (for the tax year 2018 or 2019 depending on the last time they filed) the question on everyone’s mind has been: when do I get the money? Finally, some more information has been trickling […] The post So, When Am I Getting That Coronavirus Stimulus Check? appeared first on The ...
Posted: Apr 14 2020 @ 6:13 PM
Once you’ve created a budget, whether it’s for business or personal use, you may think it’s done. However, life is not static. Your budget shouldn’t be, either. No matter what life throws at you, it’s important to be prepared to adjust your finances to address those changes, which could be either temporary or long-term. In […] The post COVID-19: New Situations Call For New Budgets appeared first on The Money Manual. ...
Posted: Apr 13 2020 @ 3:12 PM

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