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.
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.
Some people will always pursue get rich quick schemes. Perhaps you're one of them. In this article, I'll share some legitimate strategies for building wealth rapidly.
Feeling underpaid at work is no fun, especially considering that we spend so much time throughout our lives working. In this article, I'll share some tips for figuring out whether you're underpaid – and what you can do about it.
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.
Working overtime to earn some extra money isn't always worth it. In fact, it can sometimes actually set you back in the grand scheme of things. Keep reading to learn more about when working overtime isn't worth it financially.
A no-buy year involves cutting all discretionary purchases out of your budget for 12 months. This can be incredibly helpful if you're trying to pay off debt or save for a large future purchase. Keep reading as I share some tips for completing a no-buy year successfully.
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.
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!
You probably know credit card companies make money via interest payments. That's not their only means of raking in the big bucks, though. Keep reading to learn more about how credit card companies turn consumers into cash cows.