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Apple Pay Vs Google Wallet, Softcard And LoopPay: Are You Ready For Mobile Payments?


Your phone wants to replace your wallet. Really. Mobile payments are not new, but Apple Pay is garnering buy-in from consumers and retailers alike. Compare Apple Pay vs Google Wallet, Softcard and LoopPay to see if you’re ready to join the mobile payments revolution.

The Most Important Money Tips Of 2014: Can You Guess Them?

What We Learned In 2014- Ten Top Tips From The Financial Experts

As in life, in personal finance, the greatest lessons are the easiest to learn but the most difficult to master. Here are 10 of the most important money tips from the past year that should guide you as you strive toward your financial goals.

How To Get The Most For All The Gifts You Don’t Want

How To Get The Most For All The Gifts You Don't Want

Don’t let those unwanted gifts go to waste. There are ways to turn those disappointing gifts into something you want, whether it be a gift card to a place you will never shop or a pair of ugly slippers. While it is the thought that counts you also don’t need extra clutter in your closet.

The Best Personal Finance Writing Of 2014

Annual Round Up

The best financial writing of 2014. Need inspiration for your money-related New Year resolutions? Look no further.

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.

Premium Gift Ideas For Men That Matter

9 Great Gift Ideas for Men

Finding perfect gifts for the men in your life is never easy. Here are nine gift ideas for men that they will always appreciate, even if they never thought to ask…

Beware Time Suck

Wasting Time: Clock in Trash Can

Every day, I have a plan to come home from work and get in two or three solid hours studying for my CPA exam. I always leave work with good intentions. I tell myself that I will head straight home, fire up my laptop, avoid any unnecessary internet surfing, and immediately open my CPA study […]

How Building Wealth Can Help Reduce Climate Change

This is the second year in a row Money Under 30 is participating in Blog Action Day. This year’s theme is climate change. When it comes down to it, a big component of building wealth is learning to stop being wasteful. We need to stop wasting money (so we can save and invest it), but […]

Introducing a Simpler

Yikes! Things do indeed look different around here! I’m making some aesthetic changes to for some good reasons. Call it a redesign or call it Spring cleaning, my ultimate goal is to create a better experience for you.

Dirty, Sexy, Money: A Former Bank Teller's Story

Ever wondered why toll both collectors wear latex gloves? Blogger PJ of Broke in the Suburb explains. She used to work as a bank teller and recently wrote all about why money disgusts her. Aside from all the nasty stuff she saw on cash itself, I never really thought about some of the sides of […]