Tag: Saving Money

How To Use Your Cash Back Credit Card To Build A Rainy Day Fund

Cashback credit cards? Awesome. I’m personally so thankful that cash back cards are a thing because I utilize them to the full advantage. Or so I thought. Personally I have a Chase Freedom Unlimited card which gives me 1.5% back on everything I buy. Considering the fact that I graduated college recently and moved to

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Would You Rather Have Starbucks Or $700?

Choose right now… Starbucks or $700? Not Coffee or $700. Just Starbucks. Choose. Now. Starbucks is in the news a lot. They are either opening their first store in Milan (highly suggest clicking on that link, the pictures are crazy), having trouble in Philadelphia, or boosting their stock price due to another great quarter. At

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Don’t Let Trading Fees Eat Your Profits Away

There’s no point to keeping extra expenses in your life, it just weighs you down in the end. Like we said before, a dollar saved is a dollar earned. Get rid of cable and pay for streaming services of what you watch, get a credit card tailored to your most popular purchase category, cook more,

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Starting The Dreaded Student Loan Journey

Paying down your student loans? Yeah, us too. College? Awesome. Student loans? Absolutely not. I have student loans. And I hate student loans. I hate paying them every month and only watching the principal balance drop minutely. It’s a problem a lot of people have and one that is not going to be fixed anytime

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Main Street’s Edge

One thing that new investors, myself including, usually grapple with is the belief that investing is a zero sum game.  There is a winner and loser on every end of a trade.  Furthermore, another hesitation plaguing retail investors is the belief that Wall Street has the edge with their superior research and execution ability. The

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