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Confused about how much car insurance you need? Did you select the same coverage as what your parents had? Learn the exact steps to figure out how much car insurance you need.
Want to know what I realistically spend living in one of the most beautiful places in the country? Here’s what I spend in a week as a 31-year-old in San Diego.
We went back to the Midwest for Christmas which meant we spent a lot more on travel. In December’s budgeting report, we are going over how we spent and saved our $9,000 income.
For most of us millennials saving money feels like next to nearly impossible. Here are six easy ways to save money as a millennial. Whether you’re saving for your first oh sh!t fund, vacation, or car, these easy ways to save money should help you implement effective money saving habits.
Student loan refinancing has become really popular. But does it help you pay off debt? Here’s my easy explanation of student loan debt refinancing.
You’ll appreciate these five things Harry Potter can teach you about money if you grew up reading the books or you are a fan of the movies.
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September felt like a whirlwind of expenses. We crack open a very tasty Spanish lager and pour over the numbers from September’s budget.
If you need debt free motivation because you feel stuck with student loans, credit card debt, or more, these messages are for you.
Overwhelmed by debt? Sometimes it can feel like you are creating your own stress with your finances. Here’s what do to first when you’re in debt.
We decided to save up cash for our debt free dream car: a Jeep Wrangler! Here’s how we are saving cash for a car and you can too in four steps!
What are Vanguard index funds? I have a short and sweet explanation to help you learn why index funds are something you should seriously consider!
Okay, here’s what month 7 looks like in my Betterment investment challenge. By the way, I have made zilch changes to this account.
I’ll just go out and say it. We spent a lot of money in July. Too much money. More money than what I thought we could possibly spend
Set up a Google budget template with my ready-made budget spreadsheet! It’s the number one tool that helped me pay off debt. Step by step tutorial included.
There’s one thing you aren’t doing with your student loans that is costing you a bunch of money: you aren’t allocating your extra payment towards a single loan.
I have five ideas to help you live in the city on a budget! Make your urbanite dreams come true but skip the going-into-debt part. You’re welcome.
Investing with Betterment has been surprisingly simple. I have tracked my investments for the last six months and here’s how I did in June!