One of the pleasures of managing a personal finance site is learning about new products/services that help people save money – and then getting to share them with you! So when we heard about Gen Mobile – we knew we’d
When it comes to online courses on personal finances out there, they certainly run the gamut. Many of them stress different methods and angles of managing your money – but very few (I’ve found) teach specifically about investing. This is
$100, $1,000, $10,000 and a Tesla are just some of the things Bill Pulte is giving away on Twitter. The catch? You need to be following him and retweet his giveaway message. #TwitterPhilanthropy The generosity has given rise to a
Disability insurance isn’t the first thing you think of when you wake up in the morning. Or hardly ever. But like all things insurance-related, you’re only happy you’ve discussed it, thought about it and purchased it once you need the
During a recent road trip to Canada, my wife found a super helpful app called GySPy Guide she downloaded on to her iPhone. It made the trip a lot more enjoyable and so I thought I’d share a bit about
Unless you’ve been living off-grid like our friend, Lamar, you probably are already aware of the Equifax data breach that transpired in 2017, affecting over 145 million accounts. Hackers infiltrated their systems and had access to personal data which included
Having been around the personal finance world for about 8+ years now and going through highs and lows with regards to money, I’ve seen a lot of advice and trends, good and bad. And, I’ve been a part of the
The following is a collaborative post – written by Mike Jones. It’s the financial sucker punch that lifelong renters turned homeowners never see coming – maintenance. Especially in preowned homes, these expenses can empty your checking account in a flash.