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Looking to improve your personal finances or run your small business more efficiently? We review the best services, apps, and tools for managing your personal finances, as well as tools and services for improving small business productivity and profitability.

Money at 30: Robinhood Review 5

Robinhood has proven to be an extremely easy way to start buying stocks without having to pay commissions or fees. Furthermore, as I do start to learn the ropes and am ready to take my portfolio to the next level, it's nice to know that Robinhood continues to increase their...

Money at 30: Viraltag Review 8

There's no doubt in my mind that Viraltag has helped me up my social media game and allowed me to gain solid followers even as a new site. From the ability to schedule posts while surfing the web (do people still say that?) to automatically reposting my best content, the...

Money at 30: Square Cash Card Review 3

Have you ever owned something for years before one day you suddenly discovered a super useful function you never knew it had? That's essentially what happened to me a few weeks ago with Square Cash. Despite downloading the app a fair bit ago, I apparently didn't keep up with its...

Money at 30: SuperMoney Review 3

When it comes to taking out a loan, buying an insurance policy, or even getting a new rewards credit card, we all know that it pays to do your research and shop around. That said, the process of obtaining multiple quotes and looking for details on every offer can be...

Money at 30: "Get Money" Book Review 3

Over the past few years, personal finance has taken on an increasingly important role in my life. While on my own money and writing journey, I've been inspired by a number of other finance bloggers along the way. Nearly from the beginning, one of my favorites in this category was...

Money at 30: Quickbooks Self-Employed Review 6

After a turbulent tax time in 2016, Kyle decided to invest in Quickbooks Self-Employed software for himself. Now a year later he offers his review of the service and shares how it helped his save money on his tax bill this time around.

Money at 30: Pay with GasBuddy Review 3

Put simply, the value proposition of Pay with GasBuddy is that you can use a special card that's accepted at most gas stations in order to save a few cents off of every gallon of gas you buy. That sounds good — almost too good, if you think like me.