When you know how to handle your personal finances, adulthood gets a little easier.
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Explore these quick videos to understand some of the most important personal finance basics.
Anyone can invest, even you! Learn what, why, and how you can get started. We’re gonna teach you about the stock market, how to research and evaluate individual stocks, investing strategy, and so much more!
We’ll mostly focus on income taxes and tax returns, so you can learn now to avoid pitfalls and save money down the line.
In this course, we’ll teach you why you need to build credit, how credit cards are the best way to do that, key terms, getting your first credit card, why you want to hop on this now, and much more.
Our guides are your one-stop-shop to everything you need to understand some of life’s most important topics!
In order to help you out with becoming a real adult instead of a kid disguised as an adult, we’ve put together this Ultimate Guide to Adulthood.
Ever wonder what a typical budget should look like based on what you make? In this post we’re breaking down how to budget on a 50k salary.
The sooner you start building credit the better. Here are 5 best ways to build credit in college so you can start early!
So you want to start investing because the internet won’t shut up about it. This year alone we’ve seen the GameStop/Robinhood craze, the rise of Tesla stocks by nearly x% and now the NFT boom (wtf is an NFT)!
working as a freelancer from a tropical island? the literal dream. figuring out how to file for freelance taxes? a nightmare. check out this guide to help!
Tax returns… ugh. Confusing, scary, and just plain old annoying. But, they’re actually not that bad, and there are tons of free tools online that’ll guide you through every step of the way.
Check out our budget trackers, checklists, & other tools to help you plan your finances!
Get your questions answered from our quick articles that simply explain concepts you need to know.
Nomadic Matt is a New York Times best-selling author and founder of the award-winning budget travel blog nomadicmatt.com. In this discussion we learn about his top tips & strategies to make travel more affordable!
This week we’re joined by Kendall of the super successful blog, Babe on a Budget. She’s a personal finance expert and has also paid off almost $200,000 of student loans in just 3 years! That’s why we knew we needed to chat with her about ways to pay off debt (& quickly!)
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