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Money at 30: Revolut Review

This review feels like its been a long time coming. That's not really because I've been waiting for an extended period to post it but just because I've been mildly obsessed with Revolut ever since I downloaded the app and signed up for myself. Plus, as I continued to dive...

Money at 30: One Finance Review 2

Having reviewed several digital banking account options over the past few years, it's safe to say that most have pretty much the same few features to offer with only a couple of different twists. While the interest rate or debit card designs may differ, there usually isn't a whole lot...

Money at 30: Basket App Review 1

It's helpful to not have to make trips to multiple stores just to stock up on food. At the same time, it can be difficult to determine which store in your area will give you the best price once all of the items on your list are taken into consideration....

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 cashback vehicles to budgeting tools. That’s why I’m...

Money at 30: Venmo Card Review 3

For several years now, Venmo has been one of the most popular options for peer to peer (P2P) payments. Despite this, I'd suspect that fewer people are aware of the app's free debit card — and, if they are, they might not be familiar with the actual benefits that the Venmo...

Money at 30: "The More of Less" Book Review 3

If you're like most people, I assume that, at some point, you've looked around your home and wondered why you have so much crap. Sure you should probably get rid of it but it's not really hurting anyone, right? And then there's all the other stuff that you might not...

Money at 30: Yotta Savings Review — A Gamified Banking Account 3

No matter how hard we may try, sometimes convincing yourself to set aside savings just doesn't work. And even if we do begrudgingly do it, there's often little immediate reward for doing so — especially with interest rates currently sitting so low. Now the recently-released app Yotta Savings is looking...

Money at 30: Credit Karma Savings vs. Credit Sesame Cash 2

In a fairly short amount of time, two free credit score sites have each introduced their own digital banking offerings. For Credit Karma, that's Credit Karma Savings. As for Credit Sesame, they recently unveiled Sesame Cash. This of course begs the question: how do these two seemingly similar options compare?...