The New Investor’s Toolkit

For beginners, these resources will help you learn the basics of stock market investing. Our investing tools can help you become a better investor. One of my goals at the Dough Roller is to inform and encourage those who have never invested, are new to investing or have invested without giving it much thought. Recently […]

Should You Refinance from a 30-Year to a 15-Year Mortgage?

Should you refinance from a 30 to 15 year mortgage? The answer might seem obvious. Why not take a lower rate and pay off your mortgage faster? But hold up a second. There’s more to the equation that you should consider. Here, we’ll talk about the factors to consider, and we’ll look at examples of potential […]

Don’t Waste Money On That Degree–Get a Personal MBA

No need to go to an expensive business school. Get a personal MBA instead. Our review of the Personal MBA reveals how. The Personal MBA is an interesting book and project developed by Josh Kaufman. It challenges conventional wisdom about the value of a formal business education. As someone interested in both learning more about business […]

Guide to the Best Balance Transfer Credit Cards of 2019

They say there’s no such thing as a free lunch. While this may be true, 0% balance transfer credit cards come very close. These special types of cards enable you to transfer high interest debt to a new credit card without paying interest during the introductory rate period. In this guide, we cover the best […]

Lenda Review: Get a Mortgage in 17 Days

Lenda is a new online mortgage company. It promises an easy application process, low fees and great rates. Let’s see if it delivers in our Lenda review. Table of Contents Who and What is Lenda? Lenda Features and Benefits Lenda’s Home Mortgage Guide The Lenda Refinance Calculator The Lenda Pre-Qualification Process The Lenda Online Application […]

Should You Insure your Vehicle with State Farm?

We put one of the largest auto insurance companies to the test in this State Farm review. See the quotes we received on a Toyota Highlander XLE. One of the first financial responsibilities I had was searching for my very first auto insurance policy. I owned, and loved, a 2003 Ford Mustang (thanks for the […]