Millennials get blamed for a lot of things. Often, they’re accused of being spendthrift and irresponsible. Critics assume that Millennials are unable or unwilling to save money or invest smartly. Much of this criticism is unfair. In fact, if you look at what Millennials have accomplished with…
According to reports, only 39% of Americans have an extra $1,000 kicking around to be able to pay for financial emergencies. So if you’re in the group of Americans who don’t have an emergency fund, you’re not alone. But you need to have one. Life is unpredictable and unfortunately, it runs off money. There’s no … Read moreYou Need an Emergency Fund, Here’s Why
More and more, I’m meeting people who want to know how to retire early. There’s been a lot of buzz in the media lately about early retirement, and that’s led folks to wonder how much money they would need to quit their jobs — or if early retirement is even something they should consider. Why … Read moreHow to retire early: Early retirement by the numbers
It’s holiday shopping season and many of us are on a budget. If you want to save money and still get a gift someone will love, one great option is to buy discounted gift cards to their favorite store or restaurant. In fact, you can buy discounted gift cards online throughout the year to save … Read more13 Best Places to Buy Discounted Gift Cards Online
10 More #Savings Ideas For Ya What up, what up! Here are a bunch of savings ideas from our community lately. Hope you find one that turbocharges your wealth! ****** The dollar bills trick: “I save one dollar bills with the number 7 on them. It’s fun, and in 3 months I already have $250.00 … Read more10 More #Savings Ideas For Ya
This Veterans Day we want to make sure our men and women in uniform are getting the best personal finance advice possible. Here are 12 helpful tips to for saving money in the military. 12 Important Tips For Saving Money In The Military appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Cable seems like such an archaic service. With all the streaming websites and cord cutting options for streaming your favorite shows, I sometimes find myself wondering why it even exists. Today anyway. A few years ago was a different story… When I first moved out of my parent’s house in my early 20s, I was … Read moreCord Cutting Options: Here’s How to Stream Your Way to Cheaper TV
A new report from the Center for Financial Services Innovation says that only 28% of Americans are financially healthy. And it reinforces something we already knew: The U.S. saving rate sucks. Americans don’t save. The U.S. Financial Health Pulse divides people into three tiers of financial health. Financially healthy people (28% of the U.S., 70 … Read moreWhy don’t Americans save?
Emergency funds are the backbone of strong personal financial plans. Learn why you need emergency savings, where to put the money, and how much you need. Emergency Funds: Everything You Need To Know appeared first on Money Under 30. © Moneyblogs, LLC.
Who Do You Think Spends More – iPhone Users or Android Users? 😉 You can probably guess the answer, but here are some fun “facts” you might enjoy from the New York Post and coupon site, SlickDeals 😉 iPhone users shell out $117 on average every month on cloths vs $62 for Android users iPhone … Read moreWho Do You Think Spends More – iPhone Users or Android Users? 😉