Balance Transfer Credit Card Guide – and Featured 0% Balance Transfer Credit Card Offers

by Ryan Guina May 17, 2016

Advertising Disclosure. Would you believe me if I told you one of the easiest ways to eliminate your credit card debt is to open a new credit card account? It sounds a little crazy, but it’s true! Some companies offer a special incentive called a 0% balance transfer credit card offer. This allows new credit […]

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Top 5 Financial Moves to Make When You’re Suddenly Laid Off

by Hank Coleman March 11, 2016

When you’re suddenly laid off, one of your first concerns is probably how you’re going to financially survive the storm until you find another job. It’s a huge fear—starting over. But, there are things that you can do to lessen the blow and get back on your feet as soon as possible. The following are […]

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FreshBooks – Smart Accounting for Small Businesses & Freelancers

by Miranda Marquit February 18, 2016

As a home business owner, it helps to have an invoicing tool that you can rely on. One of the tools that I have found ideal for my freelancing business is FreshBooks. It’s easy to use, feature-rich, and comes with a very reasonable price point. I switched to FreshBooks after years of using the invoice […]

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Personal Capital Review – Free Online Financial & Portfolio Management

by Ryan Guina February 11, 2016

Personal Capital is one of my favorite money management tools, and one I use frequently to track my investments and my spending. This review will show you how powerful it can be, and why anyone who is serious about managing their money should open a free Personal Capital account today! Why Personal Capital? Because investing […]

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Debit Card Versus Credit Card – Which Is Better?

by Ryan Guina January 25, 2016

There is an age-old debate in the financial community – whether debit cards are better than credit cards. There are some people who love credit cards, and some who hate them. And of course, there are even those who believe you shouldn’t use either, and you should only spend cash. But cash isn’t practical for […]

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Robo Advisors – 5 Advantages to Automated Investing

by Kevin Mercadante January 19, 2016

There are many advantages to investing with robo advisors. They can be the perfect middle ground for investors who aren’t interested in managing their own portfolios, but lack the portfolio size to engage the services of a human investment manager. Why might robo advisors be the perfect place for you invest your money? 1. Hands […]

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Why I Still Have Debt — And I Don’t Plan to Retire It Early

by Miranda Marquit December 16, 2015

I have long flouted the “rules” of personal finance blogging, since I’ve been a staunch believer that it’s not always necessary to pay off debt as quickly as possible. This is a stance that has earned my sideways glances over the years. However, it’s one that I’m comfortable with, and it’s an approach that I […]

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