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How To Improve Your Credit Score, Step By Step

How to improve your credit, step by step.

You know you need to improve your credit score, but you’re finding a lot of conflicting advice. What I learned from dozens of different experts about how to improve your credit score in a few easy-to-follow steps.

How We Save: Investing In Real Estate On The Side, Even With Two Young Kids

The 31-year old father of two found profits in turnkey real estate investing.

At 31, Fermin Saucedo doesn’t let being the father of two young kids stop him from pursuing real estate investing on the side.

Are Certified Pre-Owned Cars Worth The Premium Price?

debating used versus pre owned cars

Auto manufacturers offer certified pre-owned programs to alleviate car buyers’ concerns about buying a lemon. But how much more should you be willing to pay for a certified pre-owned car?

How We Save: Bijan Golkar, 29, Kept College Costs Down And Invested In His Career

At just 29, Bijan Golker is a CFP and equity partner in an investment advisory firm. He’s been successful by making strategic decisions about the big expenses most of us take for granted.

Why You Should (Almost) Never Lease A Car

Car leases are tempting: You get brand new wheels for a low monthly payment. Financially, however, it's a terrible idea.

A car lease gives you a brand-new car for a low monthly payment; what’s not to like? Everything. Here are the many reasons why you should never lease a car.

Want Or Need? How You See This Blurred Line Is (Almost) Everything

Be on the lookout for these signs of financial literacy.

Let’s say you have a friend who earns the same salary. You both have similar student loan balances and neither of you have inherited money. How can your friend own a condo and a paid-in-full car while you struggle to pay the bills each month? Or vice versa? These simple but powerful factors that make some people seem so “good with money.”

Is Cash Obsolete? The Inevitable Dangers Of Our Cashless Economy

Cash is dying: The dangers of an entirely cashless society.

Only 7 percent of Americans regularly carry more than $100 cash. Credit and debit cards are convenient, but going entirely cashless carries some serious risks.

Unhappy At Work? Meet The Man Who Wants To Help You Find Your Perfect Career

Finding a niche career is possible -- the key is to start honing your skills and networking now.

Eight in 10 Americans are unhappy at their jobs. Sound familiar? By thinking creatively and networking with the right people, however, young professionals have a unique opportunity to carve out a niche career doing something you love. Here’s how.

How To Interview A Financial Advisor: A Proven Script

Stock photo of a young couple meeting with their financial adviser. Via MoneyUnder30.com

Finding a financial advisor is like finding a trusted mechanic. Learn how to interview a financial advisor and tell if he or she is a good fit.

For Homeowners, Apps That Organize Everything: From The Mortgage To The Leaky Sink

Apps for organizing your household inventories

New apps for iPhone and Android help homeowners keep track of home improvement to-do lists, mortgage payments, even your kitchen’s inventory.