All of our “list” posts. Great for quick skimming. See 10 of this and 20 of that on everything finance to productivity related.
Who doesn’t love shopping on Amazon?
It’s hard to beat the prices, but what if I told you that you can do better?
I’m not talking about shopping somewhere else.
I’m talking about better deals where you already shop. On Amazon.
Here are 9 tools to become a master shopper on Amazon…
Are your student loan payments too much to handle?
Don’t worry, because you’re not alone.
As of December 2012, only 54% (20 million) student loan borrowers, out of 37 million were actively repaying their student loans.
If you’re overwhelmed by your student loans and need to lower your monthly payments, here are 5 student loan repayment programs that can help:
How much time do you spend dealing with email? Too much?
You really don’t have to. Don’t let email steal your time.
There are ways to get organized and decluttered. And there are great tools out there to help you along the way.
Some things you are doing may be completely unnecessary and you can just cut them out all together.
Read on if you’re tired of letting email steal your time…
MoneyMiniBlog 2.0 is here!
Every Monday, I’ll post an article to help you with your finances.
Every Thursday, I’ll post an article to help you be more productive.
Check out the new “Learn More About” link at the top of the page. Hover over it to learn more about getting started, budgeting, paying off debt, investing, saving money and credit cards.
Also, be sure to check out my new about page, while you’re here.
Let me know what you think of the new design and layout.
I’ve been putting together a list of the principles that this blog is founded on. Without further ado…
These are the 20 financial principles I’ve compiled over the last year…
If you’re like me, you are always finding ways to be more productive.
Increasing your productivity is one of the quickest ways to accomplish your goals.
If you want to get better or learn about something new, you will need to “buy some time”.
We all have the same amount of time in a day.
It’s about how we use that time…
As of 2012, the average amount of student debt accrued by graduating students reached nearly thirty-thousand dollars.
For these graduating students, debt is a fact of life that they’ll be dealing with for around a decade after leaving their old alma mater.
Student debt can be prohibitive for many students, and the snowballing interest of forbearance makes it a highly unappealing option.
However, there are ways to brace yourself, or avoid payment entirely, by planning ahead when it comes to how to manage student debt before it becomes a problem.
Here are three strategies to consider when a future of student loan payments is just around the corner…
When you hear about the financial aspects of the military, you won’t get far without hearing the word “benefits”.
As we all know, the benefits range from pride in serving your country all the way down to your food allowance (BAS).
Why do we hear so much about the benefits?
Because the base pay isn’t that impressive, but once you add in the benefits, military pay doesn’t look too shabby.
The benefits go outside the realm of health insurance and allowances.
Let’s look at some benefits that the military has to offer that aren’t mentioned quite as often…
Type “Why Co-Signing” into Google and you will quickly see the suggested searches start with things like:
“Why co-signing is bad”
“Why co-signing is a bad idea”
Have you ever co-signed for someone before?
Or have you ever had someone co-sign for you?
Let’s see why it’s so bad and what you can do instead of co-signing for a friend or family member…