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Money at 30: "Bad with Money" Book Review

When most people think about financial books, I have to assume they envision thick economic textbooks or perhaps a hardcover series from a money guru like Dave Ramsey. In reality, the personal finance books I've reviewed come from authors like Tanja Hester, Grant Sabatier, or Erin Lowry who all gratefully...

Money at 30: Honeydue App Review 4

I have found Honeydue to be helpful. Sure my wife and I pretty much have our respective billing schedules down at this point, but it's always nice to get a reminder. Additionally there have already been transactions I didn't understand, so it was nice to easily reach out to my...

Money at 30: Qube Money Concept Review 3

Overall there aren't really a ton of personal finance-related memories I have from being a kid, but there is definitely one that comes to mind. I don't recall exactly how old I was at the time but I do distinctly remember my parents utilizing the cash envelope method to budget....

Money at 30: "Financial Freedom" Book Review 2

When my wife and I decided to move from Los Angeles to Springfield, Missouri, we did so in a bid to have more financial freedom. Sure enough, the savings associated with that relocation have helped get us on track for building an emergency fund and getting started with investing. Yet,...

Money at 30: Charlie Messenger Review 3

No matter who you are, we could also use a little help when it comes to handling our money. This could mean everything from hiring a financial advisor or talking to a savvy friend to using an app or online service to keep an eye on your spending. But what...

Money at 30: Credit Strong Review 5

When I walked into FinCon 2018, I had never heard of the concept of a credit builder loan. Thus my mind was slightly blown after I discovered Self Lender (now known as Self). Funny enough, this year's FinCon introduced me to another credit building loan company: Credit Strong. Like with...

What is Rakuten? Is It Legit? 8

If there’s one website that I’ve seen come across again and again since I’ve taken an interest in personal finance matters, it’s Ebates. As Mint is to budgeting apps, Ebates is to cash back sites, as it seems to be the largest of its kind by far, boasting deals from...

Money at 30: Emma App Review 3

If you were to snatch my smartphone and scroll through my many pages of applications, you'd probably notice a bit of a trend. Among the various games and standards like YouTube, Instagram, and Timehop, you'd find several personal finance apps ranging from cash back vehicles to budgeting tools. That's why...