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Red vs. Blue: Which States Have More Personal Debt?

With the 2016 presidential election now less than two weeks away, you've likely been seeing several electoral maps filling your Twitter feed as well as 24-hour news channels constantly running through likely map scenarios for November 8th. As has become customary over the past few cycles, these maps break the...

Money at 30: Savings Milestones for Millennials 3

It seems that most of the personal finance articles you read these days are about one thing: getting out of debt. That's certainly understandable considering that the credit card debt in the U.S. is headed toward $1 trillion this year and that student loan debt — perhaps the biggest financial...

Save Money with a Holiday Shopping Game Plan 14

We're are now just about a month away from the start of yet another holiday shopping season. Although it might seem like plenty of time, rest assured that Black Friday will be here before you know and then — suddenly — it's Chrismas Eve. That's why now is the time...

Money at 30: 4 Bad Credit Scenarios and How to Fix Them

A few short weeks ago I made my debut on this site by sharing the tale of my financial awakening and how I was now finally taking a serious interest in credit after all but swearing off it for several years. Since sharing that story a few different things have...

What is Your Net Worth? 4

To outside observers, wealth can be perceived in a number of ways. The size of your house, the neighborhood you live in, and the kind of car you drive can insinuate a great deal about how much money you make or have. However homes can be rented (even in ritzy...

Is Universal Basic Income in Our Economic Future? 3

While scandals, leaks, and temperaments seem to be eating up the majority of the coverage, the state of the economy has still played a big role in the 2016 election cycle. Beyond the usual promises of job growth and better wages there has also been a growing call for what...

Money at 30: Publish Your Book for Under $100 3

For my column this week I thought I'd do something a little different and focus not on how you can save money but how you can potentially make it. About 15 months ago I published my first book The E-Ticket Life all about my various adventures in Disneyland, Walt Disney World,...

Prepaid Cards to Add Regulations Next Year 2

Among the retailer-specific gift cards that are now a common fixture of many grocery and department stores you've probably also encountered prepaid cards branded with logos from Visa, Mastercard, and others. Although they are often referred to as prepaid credit cards these actually function more like debit cards where funds...