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Money at 30: EveryDollar Review

For the most part, a lot of the budgeting apps I've reviewed have been fairly similar. Although they might include some different features and interfaces, they all largely do the same thing. That's what makes EveryDollar stand out as a unique option — for better or worse. So what is...

Money at 30: "Passive Income, Aggressive Retirement" Book Review 2

As I may have mentioned in earlier columns, I've been making a point of doing more book reviews as of late. Yet, when I set out this goal, I didn't really have a reading list in mind. That's why it's always exciting to discover a new potential option — in...

Money at 30: Credit Karma Savings Review 3

As someone who's written about FinTech for a couple of years now, I've definitely spotted a few trends along the way. One of the largest I've seen is the expansions many startups have made by adding basic banking services to their other offerings. Case in point: Credit Karma Savings —...

2020 SoFi Money Review 3

Ever since I started taking an interest in the FinTech sector, one company whose name I’ve seen pop up over and over again is SoFi. Despite that, lately it seems as though that theme has been sent into overdrive as the company has rolled out everything from a robo-advisory platform...

Money at 30: Astra Review 3

It's often been said that one of the keys to bettering your finances is automation. By setting up good money habits, tasks like saving and budgeting suddenly don't feel as painful. With that in mind, the app Astra takes automation to the next level, offering some unique transfer options along...

Money at 30: SaverLife Review 3

Saving money is rarely easy. Even if there is technically room in your budget, many of us need a little extra push in order to actually start setting money aside. Because of this, several FinTechs have rolled out unique solutions aimed at getting people to better their finances. Unfortunately, some...

2020 Mezu and MezuCard Review 4

What did we do before apps like Venmo and Square Cash? Given how easy these peer to peer (P2P) payment apps have made sending money between friends, it’s really no wonder why they’ve become so popular. That said there is one minor flaw in these apps: you typically need to...

Money at 30: "Quit Like a Millionaire" Book Review 2

Earlier this year, I decided that one of my goals for 2020 was to do more book reviews. Somehow, this became both easier and harder to attain as quarantine set in. So, with my local library closed, I instead turned to Amazon to see what titles I should add to...