There's more to the world of Reddit personal finance than r/wallstreetbets. Keep reading as I share 10 Reddit personal finance communities in which you can find sane, healthy discussions about investing, saving, and more.
Keep reading to learn more about the 52-week money challenge, what makes it unique, and how you can adapt it to suit your financial goals.
If you've ever read an old-school personal finance book, you've probably heard of the cash envelope system. Keep reading as I discuss this system, how it works, and why it's still so effective in the age of online budgeting tools.
Acorns and Robinhood are two popular investing apps for beginners. However, they aren't interchangeable. Robinhood is designed for self-directed investors whereas Acorns offers managed financial solutions. Keep reading for a comparison of Acorns vs. Robinhood and some tips for deciding which platform is right for you.
One very common misconception among non-investors is that getting into the stock market requires a fortune. In reality, that's baloney. In this article, I'll show you how to invest $500 and begin building wealth today.
Recessions are arguably inevitable in modern capitalist economies, occurring roughly every 10 years. Keep reading as I share some tips regarding how to prepare for a recession so you can weather – or even rise above – the turmoil.
Cars easily rank among the costliest items most of us will purchase in our lifetimes. But is a car an asset? How should it be accounted for during the process of calculating your net worth? Keep reading as I share my thoughts and tips for contextualizing your vehicle's value.
Wondering how to make money without a job? Whether you're looking to supplement your traditional income or replace it altogether, keep reading as I share some strategies.
Being frugal doesn't mean you have to walk around wearing a tattered t-shirt and hand-me-down jeans. Keep reading for some tips regarding how to be fashionable on a budget.
It's normal to feel excited after receiving a large raise or promotion. If you're not careful, though, a concept known as lifestyle creep could turn that blessing into a curse.