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’


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.

The Best No Annual Fee Miles Credit Cards That Reward Everyday Purchases

The best no annual fee miles credit cards for earning free travel with everyday spending.

The best no annual fee miles credit cards let you earn rewards on everyday purchases, not just airfare. Read how these cards compare with premium airline credit cards and see which is right for you.

How I Earn Six Figures Blogging (And You Can Too)

Money Under 30 has grown from a hobby I started on a lark into a full-time business that allows me to earn six figures blogging. Here’s how.

When Is It Time To Hire A Financial Advisor?

When is it time to hire a financial advisor?

While nearly everyone could benefit from working with a professional financial planner, the cost is often prohibitive. There comes a time, however, when paying for financial advice becomes a solid investment in your future. How do you know when it’s time to hire a financial advisor?

For Young Professionals, A New Way To Save On Your Student Loans

Earnest Student Loan Refinancing

It’s so frustrating: You’re financially responsible, but you still can’t get approved for student loan refinancing. A company called Earnest could change that.

Shop At Target? The Target Red Card Is A No-brainer

Target Red Card

If you shop at Target, the Target Red Card saves you 5 percent, every time. As long as you pay it off in full each month (or get the debit card version), why wouldn’t you get this card?

How Smart Investing Could Significantly Lower Your Taxes


Are you paying more taxes than necessary? Several easy investing moves can slash thousands off your tax bill. Here’s how to take advantage of them. [Sponsored by E*TRADE.]

The One-page Financial Plan (And The Best Money Advice You’ll Get All Year)

Book review: The One-page Financial Plan by Carl Richards.

A book to add to your “must-reads”: The One-page Financial Plan by Carl Richards is your guide to making smarter money decisions (without the stress and guilt.)