Author Archives: Guest Poster

Personal Finance, Mobile Banking & The Virtual World

With an avid interest in technology and personal finance, I decided to explore the connection between the two. And during the research, I discovered two important aspects: 1.  People are making themselves flexible to the digital aspect of finance, such as mobile banking. 2.  People are also using digital devices to enhance the productivity ofContinue Reading

When Do You Stop Following Your Passions

The following is a guest post from Martin of Studenomics, where he helps you become financially free by 30. Life’s too precious to waste it away being in debt or always pissed off. Does there come a point where you grow up and give up on a failing business/passion? I strongly believe so. “IF YOU’REContinue Reading

Financial Windfall? Are your Finances in Order?

Finding yourself in the midst of a major windfall can leave you asking yourself many questions. Should I pay off my high interest debt, save it, or spend it? Before making any decisions, consider a few options that can leave you in a better spot from whence you started. Is Your Financial House in Order?Continue Reading

Personal Finance Websites are All Across the Internet

The resources that are available via the Internet are vast and limitless it seems. It should come to no surprise than that the information available related to personal finance is abundant as well.  Before you spend money on a product, hopefully it is habit to thoroughly research what the best product is that’s available. ThisContinue Reading

When You Can Negotiate Your Taxes

Owing back taxes can be more stressful than owing debt on a revolving credit line such as a credit card. An option for relief is available with taxes that you may not be able to get with other types of debt. The name for this type of relief is Offer in Compromise and it mayContinue Reading

Four Things You’ll Wish You Learned in College

It’s often said that college is one of the best experiences you’ll ever have, but people often ignore the aftermath: student loan and credit card debt. Rather than telling you to abstain from all the fun, yet pricy activities that college has to offer, the following points focus more on how to minimize the financialContinue Reading