LendEDU Review – A Must Read Before You Refinance Student Loans

Hey everyone, Jeremy here again for another review. As you all know, I love talking about different tools to use to better manage your personal finances. I’d like to share a cool new marketplace that you might like to check out. It’s called LendEDU. You may have seen them recently on Huffington Post or […]

Wallet-Friendly Tips for Living It Up in Los Angeles

Traveling to Los Angeles? If so, you’ll want to stay out of the expensive touristy places. Yeah, you can still have fun without it costing you an arm and a leg.
Choose The Right Travel Option
Before you even think about booking a hotel, book your flight. You can save a lot of money just by […]

6 Responsible Credit Management Tips

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If your parents have been managing your credit all along, suddenly having to deal with credit balances, credit scores, and credit reports might prove to be a bit of a shocker. And then there are the payments to consider. Credit management takes a sharp turn toward the serious when you become […]

By |July 1st, 2015|Credit|2 Comments

Potential Mortgage Rate Increase Creates Refinancing Opportunities for Homeowners

The numbers are staggering. According to research done by the University of Chicago, an estimated 20% of American households are losing an average of $45,473 by not refinancing their mortgages with some missing out on upwards of $150,000!

“People avoid refinancing because they believe the time, money, and other resources it requires aren’t worth what […]

By |June 30th, 2015|Real Estate|0 Comments

Leveling Up: Times When You Shouldn’t Be Saving

Saving is a concept that’s on the lips of just about every financial advisor alive, from bloggers to the CPA sitting across a real desk from you. I’m all for saving, and it’s something I practice in my own life religiously. But saving should never become something that is pure habit. After all, we […]

Buying a House For the Very First Time

Scary scary! Expensive! Grown up! These may be the first thoughts that spring to mind when you even think about buying a house. But trust me, it’s not all that bad. In fact, having a home that you own will make an enormous difference in many areas of your life. You’ve just got to […]

Getting Good at Making Money, Outside of a Traditional Career

When you picture “traditional career”, what do you imagine? People in cubicles? Suits? White-coated medical minds holding test tubes? Maybe you are in possession of one of these so-called “real” jobs. But the fact is, most of us aren’t. You get to a certain age, and you realize that you aren’t going to be […]

By |June 26th, 2015|Career, Investing|1 Comment