Authors - Kyle Burbank

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: "Financial Freedom" Book Review

When my wife and I decided to move from Los Angeles to Springfield, Missouri, we did so in a bid to have more financial freedom. Sure enough, the savings associated with that relocation have helped get us on track for building an emergency fund and getting started with investing. Yet,...

Money at 30: How My Credit Card Saved Me $125+ On My Latest Trip

Two weeks ago when I returned home from Tokyo, I told my wife that I was excited to spend some time at home before another trip we have planned in December. No sooner did these words leave my lips that the owner of the Disney fan site I work for...

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. Furthering this “cord cutting trend,” many of the streaming...

Money at 30: Announcing "How to Make Your First $1k on YouTube"

A little over three years ago, I randomly decided it was time to get serious about my finances and take the leap of checking my credit score. Even though the mistakes of my 20s were well behind me, I was still more than a little panicked about what it would...

Uber Visa Credit Card Review (2019 Changes) 6

A few years back, I got my first new credit card in probably a decade. Since that momentous occasion, I’ve received numerous credit card offers in the mail and have proceeded to throw them in the trash each and every time. I didn’t get any such mailing regarding the Uber...

Money at 30: Charlie Messenger Review 2

No matter who you are, we could also use a little help when it comes to handling our money. This could mean everything from hiring a financial advisor or talking to a savvy friend to using an app or online service to keep an eye on your spending. But what...

Money at 30: SoFi Invest (Active) Review 3

Has there ever been a better time to be a newbie investor? It wasn't long ago that trading stocks and purchasing ETFs required "a guy" who you could give orders to and they'd make it happen. Oh, but they would charge you a significant commission for the service. Cut to...

Money at 30: 10 Essential Credit Card Rewards Dos and Don'ts 4

Depending on who you ask, credit cards are either the enemy of good personal finance or an exceptional tool that can help your money go further. Personally, I find myself somewhere in the middle, although I've definitely come to appreciate the good aspects of credit cards in recent years. As...