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Money at 30: Is AAA Worth It? 3

When I turned 16 years old and got my driver's license, one of the gifts my father gave me was a AAA (American Automobile Association) membership. Cut to 2013, following a short lapse in membership, my wife and I decided that our road-tripping ways would make having AAA a smart...

Money at 30: InboxDollars vs. Survey Junkie Review 3

There's an old joke that suggests that, like a certain body part, everyone has an opinion. But did you know that you can make money by offering your opinions on brands, movie trailers, politics, and more? It's true — as the sites InboxDollars and Survey Junkie prove. Both of these...

A Guide to Peer to Peer Lending Platforms for Borrowers and Investors 5

Back in the late 90s and early 2000s, you may have heard the term “peer to peer” as it related to music sharing services like Napster. About a decade later the term gained new popularity in an entirely different field altogether: finance. More specifically, lending. Peer to peer (P2P) lending...

Money at 30: Lemonade Renters Insurance Review

For as long as I've written this column, I've been a big advocate of renters insurance. Unfortunately, despite my best efforts, it seems the majority of apartment dwellers and the like still don't carry policies to protect their belongings. Luckily, Lemonade is trying to change that by not only making...

Money at 30: "The War on Normal People" Book Review

If you thought that the 2016 Republican presidential primary was packed, take a look at the roster of Democrats looking to earn their party's nomination in 2020. Among the nearly two dozen Dems courting voters are established brands like Vice President Joe Biden, Senators Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren alongside...

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,...