Pay-Per-Mile Auto Insurance – Is MetroMile Available in Your State?

In our Metromile review, we examine pay per mile auto insurance to evaluate coverage, premiums, and whether it’s the right car insurance for you. At first glance, it seems like a great idea. Pay by the mile auto insurance. Drive a lot, pay more. Drive less, and save. But what seems like a great idea […]


ArborCrowd Review | Commercial Real Estate Investing for Individual Investors

In our ArborCrowd review, we examine this real estate investing crowdsourcing platform to determine if it’s a good investment option. Have you ever wondered what it would be like to become a property mogul using just your smartphone or computer? An exciting investment platform called ArborCrowd is making it possible to find out. This real-state […]


What’s the Best Way To Find Health Insurance?

Choosing health insurance can be a nightmare if you don’t know what you’re doing. Learn the best way to find health insurance in this step-by-step guide. In October of 2009, I decided that I would no longer run the 9-5 gauntlet. And with that decision came a few immediate changes in my life.  Working from […]


American Express Personal Savings Review

American Express is best known for its award winning credit cards. What many don’t know, however, is that American Express also offers an online bank with competitive interest rates. The American Express savings account is one of our favorites. American Express Bank, FSB is an FDIC-insured online bank (FDIC Certificate #35328) located in Salt Lake […]


APR vs. APY – How One Letter Can Mean So Much

Knowing the difference between APR and APY may not seem like a big deal on the surface. But it’s something that can save every consumer hundreds, if not thousands of dollars over the course of their lives. In this article, we’ll clear the air on the APR vs APY debate, starting with an explanation of […]


The New 2017 Federal Income Tax Brackets and Deduction Limits (Updated September ’17)

I know it’s a little soon to be talking about filing your 2017 tax return (though, it’s never actually too early!), but a bit of news happened this week that could drastically change the amount of taxes you’ll pay next year.  Donald Trump recently released his plan to cut taxes for the upcoming filing year, […]