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Money at 30: Personal Capital Review

A few months ago, my wife and I opened a new chapter in our financial journey as we resolved to make 2019 the year we learned more about investing. Whether I was reading books on the subject or exploring other blogs for advice, there was one recommendation I came across...

Money at 30: "Broke Millennial Takes on Investing" Book Review 4

There's a common belief that, having come of age during the Great Recession, most Millennials have been turned off to investing. Well, until relatively recently, you could count me among those of my generation that were either too afraid, too uninformed,  or just too broke to invest. Perhaps that's why...

Acorns App Makes it Easy to Save and Invest 32

We’ve all probably heard it said that the key to building wealth is investing. Unfortunately, especially among those of a younger generation, getting started with investing can seem intimidating, preventing many from even trying. Enter Acorns — a mobile app that looks to make investing not only easy but also...

2019 Robinhood App 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: Bumped Review — Earn Stocks When You Shop 4

With a stellar line-up of brands on board and an easy-to-use platform, Bumped has quickly become one of my favorite financial apps to use. With Bumped still in its public beta phase, I'm very much looking forward to seeing what happens with the app from here. If all goes according...

Money at 30: Acorns vs. Robinhood 5

Acorns and Robinhood — are aimed at would-be investors who may be intimidated by the traditional world of investing. Which is better for beginners?

Money at 30: Tanda App Review 2

A couple of months ago, Yahoo Finance launched a new app called Tanda, meant to enable peer to peer loans and/or help users save. While I was intrigued by the idea, I wasn't sure it was for me and put off signing up initially. However, being the diligent personal finance...