There’s a reason we named the the best business credit card for big expenses this year. Not only does this card offer a large signup bonus, but you get up to 5% cash-back on purchases made in certain business-related categories. There’s also no annual fee and no additional fees for employee cards. Finally, cardholders get 0% … Read moreInk Business Cash℠ Credit Card Review
If you’re feeling like you’ve outgrown your current home, you might be considering a move. And with housing markets around the country heating up with the weather, it’s peak house hunting season. But what if the idea of moving stresses you out? What if you like your yard and your neighborhood, but just not your … Read moreShould You Remodel or Move?
Alex writes in with a great question: I have a very impulsive and addictive personality. I find it really difficult to stick to things and I’m constantly distracted by the cool new thing or the quick snack and that makes it real hard to make any financial progress. I need some help in overcoming this … Read moreHow an Impulsive Personality Can Find Financial Success
Your car definitely needs maintenance — but it doesn’t need as much of it as you’re being told it does. I didn’t used to think about routine maintenance a whole lot. For most of my driving life, I drove older, second- to third-hand vehicles and did maintenance myself when I could. My rule of thumb … Read moreYour Car Probably Doesn’t Need as Much Maintenance as You Think
v SUBTITLE – Reader Mailbag What’s inside? Here are the questions answered in today’s reader mailbag, boiled down to summaries of five or fewer words. Click on the number to jump straight down to the question. 1. What to unplug while traveling 2. CSA plan worth it? 3. Struggling in expensive metro 4. Moving emergency … Read moreQuestions About CSAs, Tires, 401(k)s, Allowances, and More!
The governor of Vermont recently signed a headline-grabbing bill into law that provides $10,000 to people willing to relocate to the Green Mountain State and work remotely for an out-of-state employer. Known as the Remote Worker Grant Program, the measure takes effect Jan. 1, 2019. The $10,000 grant can be used to cover the costs … Read moreWant That $10,000 Grant to Move to Vermont? How to Convince Your Employer to Let You Work Remotely
Growing up, it often felt like other kids were doing fun stuff I wasn’t allowed to – whether they were getting treats from the ice cream truck, the latest pair of Nikes, a ride on the go-karts, or the chance to climb something exciting (and definitely dangerous). Any protests to my parents were, of course, … Read moreRethinking These Eight ‘Normal’ Behaviors Can Save You More Than $100,000
One of my most recent interests has been time tracking. I’ve been enjoying tracking my time use as accurately as possible using Toggl and looking at the data that’s produced from doing that over a period of time. One of the big things I’ve discovered in this process is that I actually have a fair … Read moreA Look at My 11 Frugal Hobbies and Whether They’re a Good Fit for You
One of my favorite exercises for planning ahead for the future is for people to make a detailed picture of what their future will look like. It’s a practice I do all the time. In that practice, I just sit down and think about the future I’d like to have five years from now (or … Read moreHow to Overcome Projection Bias with Your Finances
Unless I happen to slip into a flow state where I’m so focused that I lose track of time on a task, I find myself needing a break about ever hour or so when I’m trying to get something done. My focus wanes and I need to do something that recharges me a little bit. … Read more25 Free and Simple Things to Do That Will Make Your Life Better