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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.

Money at 30: Dosh App Review 2

The bottom line is that the Dosh app works as well as I could have hoped for earning cash back and I'm excited to try some of the other features (namely the travel bookings) it has to offer. So, if you're looking to maximize your savings and perhaps even double...

Money at 30: Clarity Money App Review 1

Overall I'd say that, if you really want an app to help you track your spending and stay on top of your budget, Clarity Money likely won't have everything you're looking for (perhaps try Mint instead or in addition). However, as a banking hub and a daily financial feed, the...

Money at 30: Honeydue App Review 2

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...

Is Amazon Prime Worth It? What You Get for Your Money

Prospective members should be aware that the beloved two-day shipping does not apply to every item on the site and that Prime's entertainment offerings might not be enough to satisfy everyone's TV craving. However, with a free 30 day trial and a monthly payment option after that, there's really no...

Money at 30: Mint Review 1

Mint is a perhaps the most popular budgeting app around but, as it turns out, there's actually much more to it than that. With plenty of customization, helpful data, and easy-to-use features, Mint proves to be an essential personal finance tool for just about anyone.

Money at 30: WalletHub Review 2

WalletHub is another free credit-monitoring site similar to CreditSesame and Credit Karma. However, while WalletHub does include a number of comparable data points to those competing sites, it also offers a wealth of information and helpful tools that make it stand out from the pack. In Kyle's review he'll take...

Money at 30: Credit Sesame Review

Credit Sesame is a great place to start for learning about your credit and how to improve it, but is it better than Credit Karma?