Thomas Frank joins us to discuss money mindfulness for beginners and how it relates to our life goals whether they are financial or adventure related.
It’s a new year and we’re going to get serious about saving money. This is how to save money fast with a yearly money plan with new ways to save every month.
Much financial advice is aimed at those making good money leaving the rest of us behind. We want to fix that with 24 financial tips for low-income earners.
The pink tax is one that only about half of the population is subject to. And they probably aren’t even aware of it. It’s the extra amount women are charged for certain products or services. Things like personal care products. So not only do we make less but we pay more. It’s a load of crap.
Spending money is a hobby for some. But out of control spending has dire consequences. If you want to know how to stop spending money, we’ll show you how.
If you’re a teenager, you are in a very powerful position. Starting good money habits now will put you ahead for the rest of your life. Here are 8 money tips for teenagers.
The importance of budgeting can’t be overstated. Today we talk to the king of budgeting tools, Jesse Mecham of You Need a Budget.
Do you ever wish you had a personal assistant to do things like find and cancel old gym memberships you don’t use or to negotiate a lower cable and internet bill for you? Well, now you have one. Read our Trim Review and see how they can go to work for you.
Wedding season is upon us and if you’re of a certain age, the invites are coming fast and furious. Celebrate with your loved ones without going broke.
Now that we’ve crossed the Halloween threshold, the Christmas season is fast upon us. Here are a few ways to save money on Christmas gifts.
Are your children getting a little too acquisitive? You might want to introduce them to the 4 gift rule.
Almost 50% of Americans cannot come up with $400 if they needed it urgently. 1 in 3 Americans has $0 saved for retirement. It’s clear, we’re way better at spending money then we are saving leaving too many American households living paycheck to paycheck with close to nothing saved for the future.
Budgeting sucks. No one really wants to do it. It’s hard to stick with, it’s a chore to review it every month and it makes you feel like crap when you spend way too much on lattes. But, you’re an adult so you need to do it. There are a few types of budgets, which one is right for you?
Do you want to save money? Of course. Do you want to clip coupons? Of course not. We found a way to save money without fussing around with coupons. Read our Ibotta review to find out how.
Being frugal is a good thing. But frugality can be taken too far and sometimes even cost you more in the long run. Walk the fine line without crossing over.
I’m obsessed with thrift stores. Walking through one is like exploring a magical treasure trove. You never know what you’re going to find thrifting.
For many years, Quicken had a lock on the market but there is a lot of competition around now, and much of it is free. There are several versions of Quicken, and they range from around $40 up to around $165. These days they aren’t the only game in town. It’s time to explore some Quicken alternatives.
It’s summer so you have better things to do than worry about money. But you can’t neglect it. Here are 5 things in 5 minutes to improve your finances.
It’s easy to fall into bad habits that hurt our financial goals. Here are ten bad money habits and ways to overcome them. How many are you guilty of?