Category: Personal Finance
Personal FinanceAs spring kicked off last month, home buying and cost of living were proved to be popular topics. Additionally many bloggers offered their insights on side hustles as a way to make extra money as we prepare for the summer season.
Personal FinanceThe trend of increasing bonus offers for travel credit cards is true. That said it's important for potential applicants to carefully research their options and things like redemption rates that can prevent them from making true apples to apples comparisons.
Personal FinanceAs I write this, I am just mere hours away from jumping in the car and setting off on a 16-hour road trip to sunny Orlando, Florida. In preparation I did the following 5 things. Some of these tips might help save you some money, while others could save your time and/or sanity. Happy travels!
Personal FinanceAs someone who’s taken an interest in the concept of downsizing and simplifying life over the past few years, I really do believe the benefits vastly outweigh the sacrifices. Although my wife and I may not make a ton of money, our downsized living allows us to meet all of our financial obligations, prepare for our futures, live debt free, and still enjoy passions of ours such as traveling.
Personal FinanceMaking large purchases can certainly be exciting but, at times, it can also be quite scary. From pondering if you can afford something to questioning the difference between "want" and "need" to wondering if you're really getting a good deal, there's a lot to think about.
Personal FinanceGiven the many benefits 401(k)s offer, it's concerning that a good portion of adults don't currently have one and aren't eligible for one. A recent Pew study has found that 35% of private sector workers over the age of 22 aren't currently offered an employer-sponsored 401(k) plan.
Personal FinanceAs usual, this month’s list includes a couple Dyer News Top 10 mainstays as well as a few first-timers. Without further ado, below is my list of the top 10 personal finance articles published in February of 2018, along with their title, author, and the site they originally appeared on.
Personal FinanceIt's now been nearly six months since the massive Equifax hack that affected an estimated 143 million people and exposed their credit data. As a result of this breach, experts warned consumers against the increased potential for identity fraud and the ability for hackers to open unauthorized credit accounts in their name. Some even advised that customers freeze their credit reports in order to help prevent such acts. However, despite that...