Learn how to live your life and let money fade into the background.
Automate your finances and set the course towards early retirement.
Work smart not hard.
A credit score is a 3-digit number that ranges from 300-850. It’s used by financial companies to decide how likely you will pay back money they lent you.
Dating can be expensive, but dinner and a movie gets expensive and boring pretty fast. Here are 16 inexpensive date ideas that you can do with your partner.
Learn in this article how I set myself up for a productive day. The goal is to not let your day get shitty by setting yourself up for productivity.
If you’re looking for a way to save money, your shopping trolley is one of the easiest places to cut your spending.
I titled my goal Making Easy Money in an attempt to be optimistic about what would happen. I have incredibly high expectations and on the […]
What happens when you get 20 personal finance bloggers to submit webcam videos of themselves lip syncing an original rap song about blogging?
Moving into your first place is exciting and daunting. It has to be balanced with a limited budget, both in furnishing your place and living there.
An average job search lasts 18 weeks, but longer if you don’t have a resume. Here are 14 questions and templates to use for the perfect job resume.
A 2,000 word training manual that will walk you through becoming a Shopping Sniper, allowing you to save more money & focus on what’s important.
There is much to be gained by choosing a good travel rewards credit card. Free airfare, hotel stays, upgrades & more. We’ll take a look at 3 of the best.
So, you’ve got your debt under control and you want to know what’s next? That’s great because investing is where real wealth is built.
Follow these 3 principles I’ve learned over my short lifetime, you’ll be ready to start your journey on the “get rich quick” road to wealth to happiness.
Each factoid below is followed by one or more student loan hacks that can help you get rid of that student loan debt once and for all!
After owning seven cars, I now feel like I’m an expert at how NOT to buy a car, and I want to share the lessons I’ve learned along the way.
It’s one thing to manage your money, it’s a different story when there’s another person involved. This is everything I’ve learned.