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Buying a Used Car?  Here’s a 27 Point Checklist to Help You Make an Informed Decision

Buying a Used Car? Here’s a 27 Point Checklist to Help You Make an Informed Decision

Purchasing a used car is an exciting experience. Buying the right set of wheels can lead to miles of happy memories.

However, buying the wrong car can cost you thousands of dollars overnight.

With 40 million used vehicles sold each year, the odds of coming across a lemon are higher than you think.

Many used vehicles have hidden problems, not easily spotted during an initial inspection. Other issues can appear after purchasing the vehicle.

Bottom line…

6 Things I Learned by Not Spending Money for 30 Days

6 Things I Learned by Not Spending Money for 30 Days

I love challenges. Especially when there is seemingly no reason to start them.

That’s exactly what my wife and I just did. A challenge.

The challenge? To not spend money for 30 days.

No reason, really. Just for fun. And yes, believe it or not, it actually was fun.

Here are the results…

5 Tips to Help You Start Your Emergency Fund

5 Tips to Help You Start Your Emergency Fund

“How to Save” articles always include the tip “Build an emergency fund,” and for good reason. As its name implies, an emergency fund tides you over during unexpected events – like fires, accidents and sudden deaths in the family.

Essentially, it’s your last line of defense finance-wise, in case you end up in a situation where you have no other sources of cash.

That’s why it’s important you know how to build an emergency fund from the get-go. For that, here are some guidelines you can follow…

5 Reasons That Prove I’ve Found the Best Web Hosting Company

5 Reasons That Prove I’ve Found the Best Web Hosting Company

After months of research, I’ve finally decided to switch MoneyMiniBlog to a new web hosting company.

I was so excited about this company that I had to share how awesome they’ve been.

Whether you’re looking for a web host, already with a web host or even if you don’t have a website yet, you need to see why this company is the best. This is an important change for MoneyMiniBlog. Not only will this site load faster and be more secure, but you won’t ever have to worry about it being down when you visit.

If you have a site or ever plan to have a site, you can save yourself the research and take advantage of all the work I’ve put in to finding the best web host. Here are all the details…

5 Simple Ways to Save Money When You’re a Student

5 Simple Ways to Save Money When You’re a Student

More often than not, college students are constantly facing shortage of money even if they have managed to acquire a student loan. While the funding may appear to be enough when you get it at the beginning of the term, it is not long before you realize that you will need to seriously budget to last it throughout. This is the hard part; budgeting, to make sure that you do not run out of money before you receive your next funding. However, it is not so difficult that you would term it impossible. I would like to list down a couple of saving tips for you college students.

How I’ve Saved Almost $300 I Didn’t Know I Had (Digit Update)

How I’ve Saved Almost $300 I Didn’t Know I Had (Digit Update)

If you didn’t catch my Digit review, you can check it out here.

Digit is a simple automated way to save money that tracks your checking account and strategically pulls out money you can do without – it’s all based on the intelligence of Digit to track your spending habits. It’s also all totally free to use.

I’ve been using it for a few weeks now and I must say, I’m highly impressed with the results.  Here’s an update and a few more things I’ve learned about Digit…

Digit Review: The Easiest Way to Save Money Ever

Digit Review: The Easiest Way to Save Money Ever

Sure, you can set an automatic transfer from your checking to your savings each month, but with that you still have to set the transfer amount.

With Digit, you don’t even have to do that.

It’s an intelligent service that not only saves your money automatically, but it determines how much to save by how much you can afford. You literally just link your account and forget about it. Digit does all the work for you.

I had a few questions, so I set up an interview with the founder of Digit. Here’s what I figured out and how you can use Digit for automatic savings…

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