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Bumped App: The Best Rewards Since Cashback

22 Jan 2020 1 minute read 9 comments The Budget Engineer

Bumped was included in the Top 10 Most Innovative Companies for 2019, and for good reason. This app has revolutionized the way customers and brands interact, and it might become the most innovative loyalty program since the cashback or point systems....

Diversify For Success!

19 Jan 2020 6 minute read 23 comments The Part Time Economist

Diversification is one of the most important concepts in all of investing. It is a generally accepted fact that diversifying your investments by including different types of financial assets in your portfolio can decrease risk and lead to higher long...

I Saved $3465 on my Expenses and Earned an Extra $8873 This Year

14 Jan 2020 5 minute read 2 comments The Budget Engineer

2019 was an insane year for me. I moved to another state, started a new job, got married, and created The Budget Engineer. With all this going on, I didn’t think I was making much progress on my savings. This month I sat down and cracked open the dig...

The Best All-Purpose Credit Card

11 Jan 2020 7 minute read 4 comments The Budget Engineer

The average American has 3 credit cards in their wallet [1]. So how do you know if you’re using the right one? Most people probably don’t have a clue. Each credit card has its own unique rewards system – whether it’s cashback, airline miles, or point...

Maxing out your travelling $ on Argentina with dollar blue

4 Jan 2020 2 minute read 0 comments Paleobit

May be you are already travelling to Argentina or planning to travel down here. The news for you is that the government will take your dollars for a lot less than the market value. So there are two roads when spending money in Argentina. You would wa...

The Automatic Millionaire

25 Dec 2019 1 minute read 0 comments The Part Time Economist

The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach suggests that automating our personal finances through auto pay, auto save, auto invest, and eve auto tithing can not only reduce the stress involved with personal finance but also lead to better outcomes. By a...

Robinhood Trading App offers 3% interest, debit cards, crypto "trading"

4 Dec 2019 1 minute read 2 comments GilVMedia

In 2015, Robinhood was released which promised commission-free investing and trading in stocks, options, ETFs and then later, Bitcoin and some other well-known cryptocurrencies. According to CNBC , Robinhood saw massive growth in 2018, jumped from 5...

FULL GUIDE: How to Get at Least $125 by Joining the Class Action against Equifax for 2017 Data Breach

26 Nov 2019 5 minute read 0 comments bettercallpaul

Joining the Equifax Data Breach Class Action  Recover Money for Damages Step-By-Step Guide by  W. Paul Alexander    DISCLAIMER:   1.  This post will explain to you how to check to see if you were impacted by the 2017 massive Equifax data breach.   2....

When You Invest, You are Spending Your Money

18 Nov 2019 3 minute read 5 comments Daniel Goldman

  Investing can be easy, if a person is willing to get a paltry sum. Becoming a successful investor is far more difficult. One mindset that is going to doom people to fail as investors is thinking of investing as a form of savings. It’s not. Investin...

Debt: Friend and Foe

7 Nov 2019 5 minute read 3 comments Daniel Goldman

Debt is an interesting economic phenomenon that acts as a double edged sword. I recently came across an article titled “The Nature of Debt.” It argued that debt is often a burden, but that it does not have to be. That’s true, but the reason is fair...