Archive for: Personal Finance

Use Trim and Truebill To Cut Out Costly Subscriptions You Don’t Use

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Subscriptions are taking over as the business model du jour—from streaming services to cloud-based office software. But with so many recurring charges, it’s easy to forget what’s costing you what. Two new services, Trim and Truebill, gather your subscriptions in one place—and make canceling a breeze.

Wealthfront Review: Automated Investing That’s Free Up To $10,000


If you have $500, you can invest with Wealthfront. The best part? It won’t cost you a dime until your balance grows to $10,000 or more. Wealthfront is an automated investment advisor with a pricing model new investors will love.

Easy New Year’s Money Moves: 5 Things To Do This January


The New Year brings new opportunities for better financial health. Here are five easy ways to set yourself up for success in 2016.

As A Millennial, What Can You Expect From Social Security?


If you’re in your 20s or 30s, can you count on Social Security benefits in 40 or 50 years? Half of Millennials say “no”. Here are the facts.

Our Favorite Posts Of 2015

The Best Of Money Under 30

A look back at the most popular Money Under 30 posts from 2015. Which was your favorite?

USAA: A Nice Bank, If You Can Get It

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USAA is top-rated for its banking products and insurance. But its sweet deals are only available to those who have served in the military, as well as their spouses and children. Learn more and find out if you qualify for USAA membership.

9 Smart Ways To Spend An Extra $1,000

Smart ways to spend $1,000

If you’ve come into an unexpected windfall, it can be tempting to blow it all on fun and luxury. Think twice. Here are nine ways to spend $1,000 that will help you become more financially secure.

The 6 + 1 System For Financial Stability

6 + 1 System

You want to control your money, but where do you start? The 6 + 1 System provides seven easy-to-follow steps for achieving financial stability: No consumer debt, rainy-day savings and the ability to save cash for both retirement and life goals like vacations, cars and your next home.

The 4 Best Countries To Study Abroad For Cheap (Even Free)


Going to college or grad school doesn’t have to cost a fortune — as long as you’re willing to travel. Here are four countries that offer educational programs (in English) for little or no cost.

TradeKing Advisors Review: Automated Investment Management For Any Investor

TradeKing Advisors Review

TradeKing Advisors provides affordable automated investment management for users with at least $500 to invest.