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About David Weliver

David Weliver is the founding editor of Money Under 30. He's a cited authority on personal finance and the unique money issues we face during our first two decades as adults. He lives in Maine with his wife and two children.

Why You Shouldn’t Care About The Stock Market Crash

What To Do After A Stock Market Crash

After a stock market crash, the best thing to do — at least for a while — may be nothing. Here’s why.

When Good Credit Isn’t Enough: Why You Could Be Denied A Credit Card Despite Your Excellent Score

Why was your credit card application declined? The top reasons you weren't approved.

Responsible people with excellent credit scores are often shocked after applying for a new credit card … and getting rejected. It’s more common than you think, so it pays to learn why a good credit score may not be enough.

How Much House Can You Afford?

How much house can you afford - MoneyUnder30

Shop for your new home the smart way! Learn how to calculate how much house you can afford before hitting that open house or applying for a mortgage.

Radius Bank Hybrid Checking: Can This Bank Account Simplify Your Life?

The Radius Bank Hybrid Checking Account combines a savings account interest rate with the convenience of free checking.

The Radius Bank Hybrid Checking Account combines the interest rate of a high-yield savings account with the utility of a free checking account.

Can I Cash Out My Old 401(k) And Take The Money?

Is it ever okay to cash out your 401k early?

Can you cash our your 401(k) and take the money? Technically, yes. But you probably shouldn’t. Cashing out early will cost you huge in penalties and lost growth over the next few decades.

Auto Financing For Smart People: Tips For Saving On Your Car Loan

How to finance a car the smart way; auto financing tips.

Save money on auto financing by knowing your credit score and leveraging competing loan offers at the dealership. Put money down, keep the term as short as you can afford, and — of course — don’t buy more car than you can afford.

One Size Doesn’t Fit All: How To Create A Personal Investment Portfolio

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No two investors have the same life goals, so why should they hold the same investments? How to begin creating a personalized investment portfolio that reflects where you want to go in life.

Save With Boxed: Tiny Prices On Your Favorite Everyday Products

Boxed: Shop for groceries online and save big

Boxed offers low prices on big-sized grocery and household items with no membership fee and mostly free shipping. Clearly, Boxed is more convenient than a trip to Walmart. But can Boxed save you money, too?

How Much Should Be In Your 401(k) At 30?

401k-contributions

More than ever, 20-somethings need to start saving early for retirement. Get guidelines on how much you should have in your 401(k) or IRA by age 30.

How To Choose A Credit Card (Smartly)

How to choose a new credit card

Most people only get a new credit card every few years. Learn how to comparison shop for credit cards and how to choose a credit card you’ll be happy with.