6 Tips for Keeping Your Security Deposit

Many believe that security deposits are often as good as gone, especially when the landlord is firm in their stance that it’s your fault. However, the reality is different. There are several ways and methods that you can use to get back that deposit worth a whole month’s rent. 1. Plan the Minute You Move […]

Your Utilities Were Cut Off… Now What

If this happens by accident, then you’ll be alright, contact the proper authorities, and it will be handled. However, if this is not the case, the only possible cause was you – i.e., you not paying what you owe. If you end up being in such an unfortunate situation, fear not, as there are things […]

How to Deal With Your Student Debt Head On

The student loan is the second highest debt category after the mortgage, in the United States. It’s even higher than auto loans or credit cards. The average student of the Class of 2016 has roughly $37,172 in student loan debt. And if you think that you’re alone in this, don’t. There are over 44.2 million […]

The Broke Person’s Guide to Credit Cards

We all know that credit cards are a useful thing. However, they often turn out meaning financial ruin for many people who end up using them irresponsibly. If that’s happened to you, there’s no reason to be upset. Credit cards are designed to be both handy and terrible. It’s easy to get into that whirlwind […]

Loans That All Millennials Need

The world today is fast-changing, and it has been like that for quite a while now, better than some two decades or more; depending on your point of view. Most Millennials have started growing up in a world that was already beginning to look like something that exists today. Most of the teen years and […]

6 Great Entry-Level Positions That Can Result in Great Careers

Everyone wants to have a great career, that’s for sure. However, not many expect that they can have amazing entry-level positions as well. Most of us expect the beginnings to be torture and that the best is yet to come, but that’s not the case with the positions we are about to discuss. 1. Graphic […]

Great DIY Savings Plans to Invest in Your Future

Due to a combination of low wages, general poverty, reckless spending habits, and inadequate savings, over 40% of Americans don’t have enough even to cover a $400 medical expense. While this may not be so much of an issue during the daily grind of everyday life, it can quickly turn into a catastrophe if and when […]

Six Tips on How to Afford Your Dream Vacation

Given that so many of us have very little in our savings accounts, making that dream vacation happen seems to be out of reach, but it doesn’t need to be. There are specific steps that you can take to build a dream vacation. Below are six tips on how to do that. Smart Budgeting Like […]

How to Handle Your Finances and Plan for the Future

It is a sad fact that financial education isn’t taught in schools. Children in their early teens could stand to learn a lot concerning the managing of their finances, and it would be something that will help them tremendously later in life. Until financial literacy is taught in schools, we can rely on the internet to […]