AuthorBrandon-Richard Austin

What to do if you can’t pay your bills

Being unable to pay your bills can be nerve-wracking. You might be worried about losing your good credit score or even your home. Don't panic, though. In this article, I'll share a few tips regarding what to do if you can't pay your bills. Spoiler: You have more options than you might think.

How to make your money work for you

Many people view money as little more than a means of paying for products and services. In reality, it's actually the greatest wealth-building tool out there. In this article, I'll discuss how to make your money work for you using a variety of tried and true methods.

How to live a luxurious life on a budget

Luxurious experiences and possessions aren't just for rich people. In this article, I'll discuss how to live a luxurious life on a budget without betraying common sense values such as living below your means. In the process, I'll challenge common conceptions about what "living a luxurious life" even means to begin with.

How to build wealth in your 20s while still having fun

If you're a typical 20-something, you likely find the concept of building wealth to be very foreign. After all, you probably haven't been working full-time for more than a decade or so. You may even have student debt and other obligations that seemingly make building wealth next to impossible. I'd like to challenge that notion, though.

Is college a waste of time and money?

Many personal finance bloggers seem to have a vendetta against college. Money Twitter (an informal description for the personal finance community on everyone's favorite bird-themed app) is filled with hot takes about why Gumroad courses are better than college. But are these opinions based in fact? Is college a waste of time and money? Let's discuss!