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What Does an Average Person’s Wallet Look Like in 2016?

What Does an Average Person’s Wallet Look Like in 2016?

There are many different types of wallets in today’s world. We are seeing a move towards less actual physical items, including even an actual wallet, into a digital wallet. Like Apple & Android Pay, as well as, being able to load all your credit & debit cards onto one single card, the wallet is becoming more and more obsolete. However, until then, we can still see many nice leather wallets full of many traditional items, with the addition of newer items as well!

What You Should Know Before Posting Your Home on Airbnb

What You Should Know Before Posting Your Home on Airbnb

Airbnb is the personal accommodations website that’s taking the overnight guest industry by storm. If you’re considering posting your home or personal property on the website to make a supplementary income, you’re not alone. People across the world have taken note and put their homes up for grabs, but this route is not without its caveats and risks. Before you take the plunge, consider the risks and rewards that come along with this venture.

To Trust or Not to Trust Life Insurance

To Trust or Not to Trust Life Insurance

NOTE: This article is direct towards UK readers, so much of the information may not apply to US readers.

There are many good reasons to take out life assurance to ensure the financial security of your loved ones after your death. Most of these reasons centre around the provision of a lump sum that can be used by your surviving family for:

7 Tips for Taking Out a Personal Loan

7 Tips for Taking Out a Personal Loan

Being rejected when you apply for a loan or other form of credit can be dispiriting experience. You may be asking yourself what you did wrong, what is suggesting that you are a credit risk or if there has been a mistake.

It’s worth remembering if you are in this situation that you are not automatically entitled to credit. Banks and other lenders only lend to people that they think represent a low risk on what is an investment on their part and are unlikely to accept applications for people they think are unlikely to repay the money they want to borrow. It’s a balancing act – they want to protect their money while, at the same time, increasing the profits they make from the interest charged on the loans that they do make.

4 Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

4 Ways to Use Your Tax Refund

As the notorious April 15th tax filing deadline looms closer, you might want to take the opportunity to figure out how you will choose to maximize your tax refund. You certainly have a wealth of options – including a nice splurge – but there are some options that you might want to take that will repay you for years to come.

5 Things You Should Do in Your 20s to Be a Millionaire in Your 30s

5 Things You Should Do in Your 20s to Be a Millionaire in Your 30s

To become a millionaire by your 30s is possible, and you do not need to invent a new generation of Facebook or Snapchat, or win the lottery’s grand prize. Many ordinary people did that just with their strength of will and hard working!

To help you reach that incredible seven figure number today we are going to give you five tips, actually tried of by people who became millionaires at a young age. However, we can’t guarantee that you will indeed become rich if you follow these tips, but they certainly won’t reduce odds of that happening either.

8 Sinking Funds You Need To Start Today

8 Sinking Funds You Need To Start Today

Have you ever felt that sinking feeling when you find out you need to spend money on a home or car repair that you weren’t prepared for?

You knew it was coming; hindsight is always 20/20, and you end up beating yourself up for not planning it out sooner.

If you don’t have an emergency fund in place, that sinking feeling is all too familiar.

Financial experts say you need an emergency fund worth 3-8 months of living expenses (to cover you during a layoff or career change).

Other experts say having at least $1000 on hand for real emergencies is the minimum you should have on hand for life’s surprises.

There is a way to prevent that sinking feeling next time you get hit with life’s unexpected/expected expense events (say that 5 times fast).