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: How I'm Saving Money with T-Mobile 4

Earlier this year, I suddenly found myself inspired to reassess some of the bills I had taken for granted and find new ways I could be saving money. As part of this goal I realized that, after a 10+ year run, perhaps it was time that I considered leaving AT&T...

Yes, You Can Earn Cash Back With Dosh 6

The bottom line is that the Dosh app works as well as I could have hoped for earning cash back and I'm excited to try some of the other features (namely the travel bookings) it has to offer. So, if you're looking to maximize your savings and perhaps even double...

Money at 30: Quickbooks TurboTax Self-Employed Tax Bundle Review 5

Well, I did it. For the second year in a row, I successfully completed my own tax return. After trying Credit Karma Tax last year, this time around I decided to upgrade my Quickbooks Self-Employed subscription to the Tax Bundle, entitling me to one free federal and state filing with...

Universal Basic Income: What It Is and What People Are Saying About It 3

In recent years, universal basic income has been discussed by several notable figures, including Silicon Valley totems Elon Musk and Mark Zuckerberg as well as political notables like Barack Obama and Bernie Sanders. Yet, while you might assume that, based on those names, UBI was strictly a progressive platform issue,...

Comparing the Growing List of FinTech Debit Cards 3

It’s hard to believe there was once a time when your payment options were mostly limited to cash, credit card, or the dreaded check. Finally the debit card was introduced, giving customers access to their checking funds via a piece of plastic that looked and functioned much like a credit...

Money at 30: What If You Need to Move Your Stock Portfolio? 2

So far 2019 has been a year of learning for me. More specifically, as a newbie investor, I’ve been trying to expand my portfolio and put more of my extra funds into the market. This journey has led to a few questions regarding different brokerage account options and the pros...

Last Minute Tax Reminders for 2019 2

A lot of things can go wrong when preparing your return and so waiting until mid-April is really just asking for trouble. This is especially true if, like me, you plan on trying out some of the free tax filing options and/or are new to this whole process.

Money at 30: Zeta App Review 3

Just about everyone these days knows that one of the most common topics those in relationships argue about is money. At the same time personal finance apps that help you stay on top of your spending and budget have become plentiful in recent years. Therefore it only makes sense that...