This past week, I enjoyed reading my friend J.D. Roth’s article on the power of low expectations. In his post,…
Depending on who you ask, the number of credit cards you should have will range from none to as many as possible. For me, I have a two card strategy... here's why.
You can earn free Amazon gift cards through shopping online, playing games, and taking surveys. While you won't get rich with these types of apps, it's a great way to maximize the things you are already doing online.
It seems like Paramount+ is one of the newest entrants but it's actually a bit of a rebranding for what…
Which car insurance company is the best depends on factors such as your location, driving history, and specific car. However, here's our list of the best car insurance companies based on national averages. You'll still want to shop around but this list is a great place to start.
Transcription work can be a viable side hustle if you are a fast and accurate typer. Most companies pay per minute of audio transcribed so the faster you can get the work done the more money you will earn.
When I opened my business, I did what most people do – I went to a bank and set up…
Ever wonder how the rich and famous spend their money? Lots of celebrities donate huge amounts to charity. Here are some of the charities they've started or support.
Donor-advised funds are perfect for those who give regularly to charities but not enough to take advantage of itemizing their deductions. These funds allow you to group many year's worth of donations into one year to optimize your tax deductions.
While there are a few scenarios that allow you to skip filing a return, it's usually a good idea to file even if you don't have to. Filing allows you to receive a refund, if you over paid your taxes and makes you eligible for any assistance you may qualify for.
H&R Block and TurboTax are both leaders in the tax prep industry and for good reason. Both offer online filing and live tax assistance -- for about the same price. So which is better for you?
This excerpt from a Money Girl article dives into the competing priorities of retirement savings vs debt pay off. Which should you focus on?