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The idea of working from home, whether full-time or in a freelance role can be very attractive and rewarding. However, sometimes finding legit gigs can be tiresome and can hard to tell if a job is a scam or not. The question becomes how do you find solid remote jobs that not only are legit, […] The post FlexJobs Review: Is FlexJobs Currently Worth Paying For? appeared first on Invested Wallet.

A rewards credit card is specifically targeted at people who want a bonus in exchange for using the card; so the more you purchase, the more rewards you earn! There is no magic to selecting the right reward cards. In fact, it basically comes down to just a few basic steps: Identify your most important perk. For example, if you’re not interested in traveling, then consider a cash dividends or rebate card. On the other […]

If you are going to entrust someone with your rental property, it’s always a good idea to know who is moving in. Here’s some solid advice on the matter. The post Solid Advice on Getting Good Tenants in Your Rental appeared first on Money Journey Today.

Higher education involves dramatic lifestyle changes, a considerable time commitment, and an unwavering dedication to mastering course material and excelling in extracurricular activities. Planning for higher education should start far before your first day on campus. Failure to set yourself up for educational and financial success could result in crippling student debt post-graduation. As of recent statistics, student debt in the United States totals to a whopping 1.5 trillion dollars. Each anxiously-awaited acceptance letter contributes […]

Would you like to earn bitcoin each time you make a purchase with a credit card? Then you should sign up to BlockFi and get on the waiting list for the first-ever crypto rewards credit card. Clients will receive 1.5% of their purchase in bitcoin in their BlockFi account. If you spend $3000 in the first three months, then you receive $250 in bonus bitcoin. The credit card has an annual fee of $200. It […]

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  Today, I’d like us to discuss the myths about debt. Why do we need to do that, you may ask? We need to discuss the myths about debt and paying it off because myths can entertain; they can bring us the counsel of humanity’s collective wisdom, and legends can also induce fear and prevent […] The post Myths about debt: Paying off Debt Demands Sacrifice and Suffering appeared first on The Money Principle.

Current mortgage rates are low, making the path to homeownership a reality for a wide group of potential homebuyers. Not only are rates low, but there are many different types of mortgages to choose from that come with low rates. Conventional loans are the most common, but what is a conventional loan, and more importantly, […] The post What Is a Conventional Loan? appeared first on The Simple Dollar.

Is debt settlement too good to be true? If you’re drowning in debt, the many tools to become debt free may seem confusing and debt settlement enticing. Here’s everything you need to know about using debt settlement to become debt free. What is debt settlement? Debt settlement or debt relief is a means of paying a lender, usually with the offer of a large, lump-sum payment, up to 50% less than what you owe them. […]

Learn which debts to pay off first and which to make minimum payments on by using a combination of the Debt Snowball and Debt Avalanche methods. No Judgement Zone Okay, so you’ve gotten yourself into a bit of debt. It’s okay. This is a no-judgement zone. We’ve all done it. According to Nerdwallet, the average credit card balance in the US increased by 20% in the last five years. It’s what you do now that […]

Your residence is likely one of your biggest expenses.  The most common options for residences are renting and purchasing.  There are costs and benefits to both approaches, some of which depend on your lifestyle and goals and some of which depend on your finances.  In this post, I’ll explain many of the factors that can influence the decision to buy vs. rent.  In a future post, I’ll illustrate a detailed cost-benefit analysis of the buy […]

Although I am a homeowner and have been for the past 40 years, I can still remember the days when I was a renter. While renting wasn’t so terrible, I do wish I had learned some of the things about renting that I know now that would have saved me time, money, and peace of mind. Hopefully, you can use this knowledge to save when you rent an apartment. Rental prices aren’t set in stone, […]

If you graduated from college with a mountain of debt, student loans are a fact of life. But there are ways to make paying them easier. Find out how. The post What is the Best Plan for Paying Off Student Loans? appeared first on The Dough Roller.

Living in rented accommodation has some great perks, as highlighted in our article Should I Rent or Buy? How to Make the Right Decision for You and Your Money. Renting means that your landlord is responsible for repairs, insulation, and most importantly, keeping your boiler in top shape. Whilst these expenses don’t fall on your […] The post 7 Ways to Keep Your Rental Home Warm for Less this Winter appeared first on .