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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.

How Much Can You Afford To Spend On A Car?

How much should you spend on a car - MoneyUnder30

How much car can you afford? Find out how much you should spend on a car in your twenties and why — unless cars are your absolute passion — it’s probably way less than you think.

SoFi Offers Low-Interest Loans Without A Bank

SoFi Review:

SoFi loans money for nearly any purpose, but it’s not a bank (and doesn’t use FICO scores). Learn more about SoFi personal loans, student loans, and more.

How Do You Split Expenses With Your Partner Or Spouse?

How do you split expenses with your partner or spouse?

Ground rules for managing money with a boyfriend, girlfriend or spouse that can keep your relationship healthy.

How To Rebalance Your Portfolio


Even if you’re a passive, buy-and-hold investor, you should rebalance your portfolio at least once a year. Here’s how.

How Much House Can You Afford?


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.

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

Capita lOne360 Bonus Tiers

Open and fund a new Capital One 360 Savings Account before Feb. 29, 2016 and earn a cash bonus of up to $500. Learn more about the Capital One 360 Savings Account, a high-yield online savings account that’s perfect for your emergency fund or other savings goals.

Why You Shouldn’t Care About The Stock Market Drop

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.

How To Have ‘The Talk’: 6 Tips For Couples Discussing Finances

Have better money talks with your partner

Learn the right way to talk about money with your boyfriend, girlfriend, husband or wife. Download our free Couple’s Money Worksheet.

How Much Should You Spend On An Engagement Ring?


Two months’ salary? Three? Uh, no. How much should you spend on an engagement ring? Learn why these so-called rules are silly — even dangerous.

Betterment Is Investing Made Simple

Betterment provides simple investing as a great alternative to online brokers.

Betterment is an investing platform that makes investing decisions blisteringly easy: Choose a desired mix of stocks/bonds, your goal, and you’re done.