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Connor Dillon

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Name:
All My Friends Are Debt
Category:
Millennial
Tags:
A millennial learning about personal finance
Start Year:
2019

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Net worth:
$0.00
Location:
D.C., Washington, United States
Age:
20s
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Unspecified
Gender:
Male
Life stage:
SINK (Single Income, No Kids)
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Latest Blog Posts

The internet has created money making possibilities that didn’t exist before. Companies will literally pay you for your opinion. Granted you’re not going to become a millionaire, but getting an extra $100 check in the mail at the end of the month is definitely real money. Paid surveys are all the rage these days, and […] The post The Best Paid Survey Sites Reviewed appeared first on All My Friends Are ...
Posted: Jun 04 2019 @ 12:13 PM
The math says you should focus on your highest-interest rate debt first, while psychology says you’re better off starting with the smallest and working your way up. This is the idea behind the two best debt payoff strategies. If you’re a millennial (like me) then everyone already assumes we’re in debt. When you have more […] The post The 2 Best Debt Payoff Strategies appeared first on All My Friends Are ...
Posted: May 20 2019 @ 11:33 AM
If you’re a millennial (like me) then everyone already assumes we’re in debt. When you have more than one source it can seem overwhelming and hard to decide where to start. The math says you should focus on your highest-interest rate debt first, while psychology says you’re better off starting with the smallest and working […] The post Which Debt Do I Pay Off First? appeared first on All My Friends ...
Posted: May 20 2019 @ 11:33 AM
If you’re a millennial (like me) then everyone already assumes we’re in debt. When you have more than one source of debt it can seem overwhelming and hard to decide where to start. The math says you should focus on your highest-interest rate debt first, while psychology says you’re better off starting with the smallest […] The post Which Debt To Pay Off First appeared first on All My Friends Are ...
Posted: May 20 2019 @ 11:33 AM
Here are some of my favorite ways to make a little extra dough at the moment. Open a Wealthfront Cash Account They literally pay you interest to hold your money. It’s a savings account, just like at your current bank. But Wealthfront will pay you more than anyone else at the moment to put your […] The post 5 Ways To Make Extra Money appeared first on All My Friends Are ...
Posted: May 15 2019 @ 4:04 PM
Stop me if you’ve heard this, “I wish I could save more money”. I’m right there with ya. I need to save more, and I imagine most millennials need to as well. Saving money can be a challenge at first, but it’s certainly not impossible. In fact, once you start seeing your savings going up […] The post Start Saving. Get That Bread. appeared first on All My Friends Are Debt. ...
Posted: May 06 2019 @ 2:27 PM
Okay so as you know the first budget I created was REALLY ugly. Mostly because it was my first attempt at a budget, but mainly because I wasn’t doing a good job tracking my spending in each category. So for April I had a full clean budget set up ready to go. I categorized all […] The post Budget Update: April 2019 appeared first on All My Friends Are Debt. ...
Posted: Apr 30 2019 @ 1:05 PM
“Credit” is used so many ways to define so many things that whoever was the first to use credit to refer to your “credit score” needs a slap in the face with a thesaurus. So for our purposes when you see “credit”, think “credit score”. K so what is credit? A common questions in the […] The post What is a Credit Score? appeared first on All My Friends Are Debt. ...
Posted: Apr 16 2019 @ 2:53 PM
“Credit” is used so many ways to define so many things that whoever was the first to use credit to refer to your “credit score” needs a slap in the face with a thesaurus. So for our purposes when you see “credit”, think “credit score”. K so what is credit? A common questions in the […] The post What the heck is credit? appeared first on All My Friends Are Debt. ...
Posted: Apr 16 2019 @ 2:53 PM
I don’t blame you if your eyes are glossing over. Sounds super boring? Check. Looks super boring? Check. Is incredibly important for peace of mind and financial health? Triple Check. Budgets matter. Some people think budgets are only for those who live paycheck to pay check, or those looking to squeeze extra pennies out of […] The post Creating A Budget appeared first on All My Friends Are Debt. ...
Posted: Apr 16 2019 @ 12:21 PM

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