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Money at 30: Vital Card Review - What You Need to Know

Ultimately, as concerning as it may look at first glance, I have no qualms about Vital Card's proposed concept and think it could be a hit. Moreover, since all that is currently required to sign up is an e-mail address, I really don't see any harm in giving it a...

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: "I Will Teach You To Be Rich (2nd Edition)" Book Review 3

Ever since I started paying attention to personal finance blogs, it was pretty much a foregone conclusion that Ramit Sethi's I Will Teach You to Be Rich would be included on any given list of the best books to read. More recently, Sethi has popped up repeatedly in my life,...

Money at 30: Digit App Review 3

Everyone knows that they should strive to save money and break the cycle of living paycheck to paycheck... but that's always far easier said than done. Most of the reason for this is strictly financial but a part of it can actually be mental as well. Sometimes looking at your...

Money at 30: 2019 Ibotta App Review 3

I remember the first time I was introduced to the concept of digital coupons. For some reason I was looking at the website for my local grocery store when I found a section dedicated to coupons. At the time I was confused how you redeemed these coupons since they weren't...

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...

Money at 30: "Broke Millennial" Book Review 3

A few weeks ago, I was scrolling through Twitter when I saw a tweet from @BrokeMillennial (AKA Erin Lowry) about her upcoming book Broke Millennial Takes On Investing. Considering the recent interest I've taken in learning more about investing and building a portfolio, I immediately pre-ordered the book — which is...

Money at 30: How I'm Saving Money with T-Mobile 4

Earlier this year, I suddenly found myself inspired to reassess some of the bills I had taken for granted and find new ways I could be saving money. As part of this goal I realized that, after a 10+ year run, perhaps it was time that I considered leaving AT&T...