Money Management

Personal finance and money management can be very confusing. Most people know that optimizing their finances is important but few feel confident that they have the knowledge to do so. At Dyer News we stay on top of the latest economic trends, financial products, and money management strategies in order to provide the knowledge to help you use the money you have today to live the life you want. Learn to make your money work for you. Whether it’s getting debt free or investment advice we have you covered.


Personal finance and money management can be very confusing. Most people know that optimizing their finances is important but few feel confident that they have the knowledge to do so. At Dyer News we stay on top of the latest economic trends, financial products, and money management strategies in order to provide the knowledge to help you use the money you have today to live the life you want. Learn to make your money work for you. Whether it’s getting debt free or investment advice we have you covered.


Money at 30: How Many Bank Accounts is Too Many?

How 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

Overall 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 for yourself at Aldi.

Top 10 Personal Finance Articles of the Month — September 2017

It’s time again for one of my favorite features here on Dyer News: a look at my top 10 personal finance articles of the month. This month brought word that Equifax — one of the three major credit reporting bureaus — had been hacked, compromising millions of customers' data. As...

Money at 30: Millennial Credit Misconceptions

I 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.

Half Way to Tax Time — How You Should be Preparing

April may still be a ways off but that doesn't mean you shouldn't already be thinking about your taxes. In fact, by getting a jump on your tax planning this Halloween, you may help avoid a scary tax time experience next spring.

Money at 30: The Right and Wrong Kinds of Side Hustles

Make 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.

Asking Your Credit Card Issuers for Help

Believe it or not, your credit card issuers can actually be pretty flexible. In fact, in some cases, all you need to do is ask and they may be willing to help. Although there's no guarantee that even the nicest of requests will be filled, there's no harm in inquiring about a credit limit increase, waived fees, reduced interest, or changed due date.

Money at 30: When it Pays to Be Organized

In 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.