Kyle Burbank

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Kyle Burbank

Kyle is a freelance writer and author whose first book, "The E-Ticket Life" is now available on Amazon. In addition to his weekly "Money at 30" column on Dyer News, he is also the editorial director and a writer for the Disney fan site LaughingPlace.com and has recently starting publsihing his own personal finance blog at https://moneyat30.com/

Money at 30: Privacy.com Review — How it Could Help Keep Your Money Safe

First the bad news: considering all the major data breaches that have hit retailers, websites, and freaking credit bureaus alike, there's a very strong chance your personal info has been compromised at some point. Luckily, in addition to steps you can take such as freezing your credit reports to prevent...

Money at 30: Is Bestow Term Life Insurance Right For You? 2

Americans seem to have a love-hate relationship with insurance. While many love the benefits that come with being covered by health insurance, car insurance, renters insurance, etc., seeking out a policy isn't always top of mind. Furthermore, when it comes to certain types of insurance such as life insurance, many...

Money at 30: 3 Ways Your Vote Could Impact Your Finances

Well, it's finally here: the much ballyhooed 2018 midterm election day is upon us. As important as this election will likely end up being, personally, I'm just looking forward to the commercial breaks in between Jeopardy rounds returning to their normal "all prescription drug commercials" format. But in all seriousness, my...

Money at 30: How My Wife and I Discuss Money Matters 5

I have to admit, when I hear stats about how many couples fight about money, it makes me wonder what's so hard about discussing money with your significant other? Apparently we're in the minority but my wife and I have been completely open and honest about money since pretty much...

Money at 30: So You're Thinking of Starting a Podcast 3

Who, at some point in their life, hasn't dreamed of what it would be like to have their own radio show? While such aspirations seemed next to impossible years ago, the world of podcasting has blown the doors wide open. In many ways, the opportunities that podcasting provide can be far...

Money at 30: Long Game Review 3

In the minds of many, saving money is no fun. Because of this, in recent years, many personal finance experts and bloggers have advocated for trying various money challenges that aim to turn good money habits into mini-games. Now one mobile app is taking a quite literal approach to the...

Money at 30: These Hotel Fees are Making Your Stay More Expensive 5

Last week I wrote about some of the new and different ways airlines are collecting fees, rendering many base fare comparisons moot. Well, as it turns out, a similar phenomenon has also been affecting a different part of the travel sector for years. I speak, of course, of the hotel...

Cutting the Cord? A Guide To Streaming Services and Saving Money 4

Over the past few years, the term “cutting the cord” has become a well-worn figure of speech referring to those who cancel their cable or satellite subscriptions and opt to replace them with one or more of the various streaming services. Noticing the trend, the slate of these streamers has...