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 and has recently starting publsihing his own personal finance blog at

Guide to the Best Rewards Credit Cards for Gasoline

Due to recent global current events that have brought average gas prices to record highs in the United States, consumers may be looking for credit cards that can help them earn rewards as they fill their gas tanks. Luckily, there are several options that can help them do just that. From cashback cards to travel rewards, there are many gas rewards cards to choose from — including both annual fee...

Bella Loves Me (Bella) Review

What first made me interested in Bella was its concept that emphasized random acts of kindness between its members. So, how does this work in practice? Let's take a look at some of the basics of Bella as well as my experience so far.

Obsessed With Metal Credit and Debit Cards? You Are Not Alone

Here's a fun experiment you can try the next time you're on Instagram: look for an ad featuring a credit card and see if there's a comment reading something to the effect of, "Is it metal?" Yes, these days one of the star features of a credit card product has little to do with finance and more to do with material as metal cards have been all the rage among...

2022 Pay with GasBuddy Review: Yes, You Can Legitimately Save Money Every Time You Fill

Put simply, the value proposition of Pay with GasBuddy is that you can use a special card that's accepted at most gas stations in order to save a few cents off of every gallon of gas you buy. That sounds good — almost too good, if you think like me.

Yotta Savings Review — A Gamified Banking Account

You read that right — so how does it all work? Let’s take a look at Yotta Savings, how it’s lottery component works, and how it could help convince you to start saving.

Money at 30: My Next Credit Card — 4 Options I'm Considering

Am I the only one who spends a good part of my day thinking about credit cards? Thankfully, this isn't because I have a load of debt that haunts me or because my due dates keep sneaking up on me. Instead, I am regularly finding new cards, assessing my current line-up, and consistently considering possible additions. Today, I wanted to discuss four cards that I've devoted at least some time...

Money at 30: "My Money My Way" Audiobook Review

This past week, I had the chance to do a bit of international traveling. So, with a pair of 8-ish hour flights occupying my week, what better way to pass the time than listening to another recently-released personal finance audiobook? My choice this time around comes from Kumiko Love — AKA "The Budget Mom" — who released My Money My Way: Taking Back Control of Your Financial Life last month....

Money at 30: Thrifting Our Way Into Disney's New Star Wars Experience

Today, Walt Disney World debuted its latest and perhaps one of its most ambitious projects: the Star Wars Galactic Starcruiser. While it's colloquially referred to as the "Star Wars hotel" by many, the two-day affair actually promises to be an immersive experience that takes on the theme of an interplanetary cruise. What also differentiates the Galactic Starcruiser from a typical hotel is the price, with packages typically ranging from $4,000...