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Looking to improve your personal finances or run your small business more efficiently? We review the best services, apps, and tools for managing your personal finances, as well as tools and services for improving small business productivity and profitability.

Money at 30: A Look at Turo and How You Can Make Money With Your Car 6

As someone who works at home and has a spouse who does the same, there are plenty of times when our car sits lonely outside of our apartment. Sure we’ve been known to take the occasional road trip and, of course, have errands to run, but there have been times...

Money at 30: Hurdlr Review — How Does it Compare to Quickbooks Self-Employed? 3

Love it or hate it, the gig economy has changed the way millions of Americans manage their money. While many of us may be used to having taxes withheld from our paychecks and only filing returns once a year, those who are technically self-employed need to consider their taxes throughout...

Acorns App Makes it Easy to Save and Invest 33

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 Mint Review: Much More Than Just a Budgeting App 3

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: "Work Optional" Book Review

Prior to attending last year's FinCon expo, I had certainly heard about FIRE (short for "financial independence, retire early) but it wasn't until I arrived at the conference that I realized how large the movement had grown. Of course, with popularity comes backlash, as some so-called "gurus" have questioned the...

Money at 30: Goodbudget Review — Digitizing the Envelopes Method 2

Last week, I shared how my brother-in-law and his wife seemed to be ahead of me on some trends, leading us to book an Airbnb for our family visit this Thanksgiving. Considering that he's younger and hipper than me, that made a lot of sense. However, seeing as I've been...

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: SuperMoney Review 3

When it comes to taking out a loan, buying an insurance policy, or even getting a new rewards credit card, we all know that it pays to do your research and shop around. That said, the process of obtaining multiple quotes and looking for details on every offer can be...