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 Many Bank Accounts is Too Many?
by Kyle BurbankHow many bank accounts should I have? It's a question I've been thinking about lately so let's take a look at why I have so many accounts and you might want to as well.
Money at 30: Our Aldi Shopping List
by Kyle BurbankOverall it's easy to see why a store like Aldi would 1) always be packed and 2) be expanding into new markets. In addition to offering great prices — some even lower than Walmart and others — they stock some quality items that compare well to name-brand favorites. With that said, feel free to take our shopping list as a beginner's guide and see what new favorites you can find...
Money at 30: Millennial Credit Misconceptions
by Kyle BurbankI recently just came across a survey by LendEDU (via USA Today) that sought to test the average Millennials' knowledge of credit-related terms and functions. The results show that the top 3 common misconceptions about how credit works could be causing you to overspend and actively hurt your credit score.
Money at 30: The Right and Wrong Kinds of Side Hustles
by Kyle BurbankMake no mistake, there are plenty are great things about side hustles. Whether that means driving for a ride-share company, doing freelance tasks on demand, or building your own business out of your passion or hobby, there's certainly opportunity to make extra money and create an optimal lifestyle for yourself.
Money at 30: When it Pays to Be Organized
by Kyle BurbankIn many aspects of personal finance, being organized is a must. Your organization could even save or make you money if you play your cards right. By staying on top of your bills and spending, while also being prepared for tax time and any insurance claims you may need to make, you'll be a step ahead of your finances.
Money at 30: 'Fall'ing Back Into Good Financial Habits
by Kyle BurbankNow that the summer is over, it's time to 'fall' back into good financial habits. Okay that was super corny and autumn doesn't officially begin until the 22nd, but the sentiment remains the same. A lot of time the summer season means parties, vacations, and other events that can lead to overspending. With those days behind you, now is a great time to review your finances and make some smart...
Money at 30: When Pride Gets in the Way of Finance
by Kyle BurbankHaving pride is often a good thing. That said, being overly proud could lead to your downfall. When it comes to handling changes in your lifestyle, asking friends and family for help, or perhaps going back to a job you just left, setting your pride aside is often the first step in making the right financial choice.