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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.

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?

How much should be in your 401(k) at 30? Recommended 401(k) 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.

Earn A Bonus Of Up To $500 When You Open A Capital One 360 Savings Account

Capita lOne360 Bonus Tiers

Open a new Capital One 360 Savings Account before Sept. 30, 2015 and earn a bonus of up to $500 on your deposit.

Acorns Review: With The Acorns App, Start Investing With Just $5

Acorns review: The app that helps you start investing for as little as $5.

No more excuses. Meet Acorns, the app that can make anyone an investor.

The 2015 Millennial Money Survey: How Much Do 20-somethings Earn And Save?

The 2015 Millennial Money Survey

Money Under 30’s exclusive 2015 Millennial Money Survey reveals how much average American 20-somethings earn, save and borrow. How do your financial habits compare?

DRAFT App Review: Simple Portfolio Analysis For Every Investor

Draft App Review: Investment analysis made easy.

DRAFT provides an easy, free way to analyze your investment portfolio and compare your performance to the top 10 percent of investors.

Prosper Loans Review: My Experience Getting A Prosper Loan

Prosper Loans Review

Nine years ago, I took out an $11,500 debt consolidation loan from Prosper Loans to pay off credit cards over three years. Here’s how it worked out.

With A SoFi Mortgage, Put As Little As 10% Down With Flexible Debt-to-income Limits

A Better Mortgage With SoFi, Put As Little As 10 Down On Loans Up To 5 Million

Think your student loans will keep you from getting a mortgage? Maybe not. SoFi is a new kind of lender for successful college grads. If you’re a financially responsible young professional, SoFi offers a mortgage with lower down payments and more flexible debt to income limits.

Why You Need A ‘Bank Account Buffer’

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If you want to manage your money better, what’s the very first thing you should do? Build a bank account buffer. Here’s how.