Why You Should, and Shouldn’t, Use Your Credit Card Every Day

Aliyyah Camp

Every time you shop, you make a decision whether to pay by card or cash. Paying cash makes it easier to stick to a budget, helps you stay out of debt, and keeps credit card costs at bay. On the other hand, credit cards come with a lot of perks that make them attractive to […]

Published or Updated: August 15, 2016

Big Expense? How to Decide If It’s Emergency Fund-Worthy

Aliyyah Camp

According to a survey conducted by GOBankingRates, 62% of Americans have less than $1,000 in savings. This means if a financial emergency occurred, more than half of Americans couldn’t handle it simply with cash. They’d have to rely on credit, borrowing money from friends/family, or even dipping into their retirement accounts to cover a financial […]

Published or Updated: August 5, 2016

5 Sites that Save You Money on Your Retail Spending

Mark Hull

As someone interested in financial freedom, you are probably pretty cognizant of where your money goes. You use cash back credit cards, put your money in high yield savings accounts, and try to save on purchases wherever you can. Sometimes it can be difficult to find the best deals, though. We are creatures of habit […]

Published or Updated: July 24, 2016

32 Ways to Save Money on Childcare

Full-time child care eats up a huge portion of families’ incomes. In fact, in some states, parents are paying more for child care than they pay in mortgage payments or rent. Whether you’re getting ready for your first baby or just looking for ways to trim your current costs, we’re here to help. I know […]

Published or Updated: July 25, 2016

How to Build Saving Habits With These 7 Apps

Mark Hull

Popular wisdom once said that a new habit takes 21 days to become a permanent fixture in life. But according to one newer study, it’s actually closer to 66 days. I’m on a quest to find some powerful apps that will allow me to build a positive savings habit. If you have some bad spending […]

Published or Updated: July 17, 2016

How to Decide if an MNVO Will Save You Big Bucks

Charles Aquino

Are you tired of having to choose between Sprint, T-Mobile, Verizon, or AT&T? The first time I heard about the MVNO was during Podcast DR 007’s interview with Mr. Money Mustache (around the 27:00 mark). During the segment, Mr. Money Mustache revealed that he saved on his mobile carrier by switching to Republic Wireless, and had […]

Published or Updated: July 9, 2016

Cutting the Cord: How To Hack Your TV Budget

Charles Aquino

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the average American watches nearly three hours of TV a day. That adds up to a whopping 45.6 days a year spent in front of the tube. It’s safe to say that television is a big source of entertainment in our society, and probably a significant consumer of […]

Published or Updated: July 11, 2016

How Learning to Think Like A Lawyer Can Make You Wealthy

Evan Gautier

In our society, certain professions enjoy a general perception of affluence (if not the reality). After all, who hasn’t heard the well-meaning parent urging their child to “become a doctor or lawyer,” so they can live a rich life and enjoy success? Why is it that lawyers are considered to be one of the wealthier […]

Published or Updated: July 8, 2016

Subscription Services: 14 of the Best Money-Savers

Monthly subscription boxes are all the rage these days. Take a quick glance online and you’ll likely find hundreds of options to suit any interest. These services deliver a themed box of something, or a collection of somethings, to your door each month. Many are just for fun, and these can make great gifts. For […]

Published or Updated: June 10, 2016

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