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: Mezu and MezuCard Review 3

What did we do before apps like Venmo and Square Cash? Given how easy these peer to peer (P2P) payment apps have made sending money between friends, it's really no wonder why they've become so popular. That said there is one minor flaw in these apps: you typically need to...

Aspiration vs. SoFi Money: Which Online Banking Option is Better? 4

For those who can live without depositing cash and speaking with in-person tellers, online-only banking options have a lot to offer. Moreover, as the popularity of these offerings continue to grow, competition has brought even more attractive features to consumers. Of course, as a dedicated reviewer and blogger, I'm always...

Aspiration Banking Review — Are Recent Changes for the Better? 5

There was once a time when I thought perhaps I had too many bank accounts. Yet, since then, I've only found more attractive accounts to open. One of the latest additions to my roster is Aspiration, where I opened up an account at the end of last year. In the...

Money at 30: Mint vs. Personal Capital 3

Living into today's FinTech-rich world, it's almost difficult for me to think back to how things used to be. Using pencil and paper or even spreadsheets to manage budgets? Having to visit a bank branch or ATM to check an account balance? And I can't even imagine actually balancing a...

Money at 30: Is AAA Worth It? 3

When I turned 16 years old and got my driver's license, one of the gifts my father gave me was a AAA (American Automobile Association) membership. Cut to 2013, following a short lapse in membership, my wife and I decided that our road-tripping ways would make having AAA a smart...

6 Costs to Consider Before Deciding to Get a Pet 3

Are you considering becoming a pet owner? There are many benefits to being a "pet parent," not the least of which is the strong bond you form with your animal. Unfortunately taking care of a pet can also come with some major costs you'll need to plan for ahead of...

Money at 30: Building Credit By Including Your Rent Payment History 3

As you may have heard, recently 2020 Presidential candidate Senator Kamala Harris has been talking about potential changes to the way credit scores are calculated. Citing statistics that show 26 million Americans are "credit invisible" while another 19 million have credit files too thin to score, Harris is proposing an...

Money at 30: InboxDollars vs. Survey Junkie Review 3

There's an old joke that suggests that, like a certain body part, everyone has an opinion. But did you know that you can make money by offering your opinions on brands, movie trailers, politics, and more? It's true — as the sites InboxDollars and Survey Junkie prove. Both of these...