This is a guest post by Mary Nielsen at Feline Living. She provides some tips on simple ways to care for your pet on a budget. Check out her nifty infographic in this post. Becoming a pet parent allows you to give your furry one love. In return, he can give you benefits, as well … Read moreBe Economically Smart About Pet Parenting
This is a guest post by Jennifer Riner. Jen Riner is a real estate marketing professional whose work has been featured on Hot Pads, Forbes, Inman News, and more. After four years of steady annual increases, rent prices decelerated in the last year. Although tenants across the nation can breathe a collective sigh of relief in … Read moreIs it Cheaper to Rent or Buy?
Today, I’m pleased to share with you a guest post from Josh Wilson, a Millennial working to become his generation’s personal finance thought leader. Check out his blog at familyfaithfinance.com. One of the many things that I have done in the past is worry about debt (I’m not alone!). In fact, I used to worry … Read moreHow I Was Able to Reach a Better Place Mentally Through My Finances
By Jacob @DollarDiligence Follow Him on Twitter for More Posts About Killing Student Debt! Did you know that 44 million Americans now have student loan debt? It’s the big reason why student loan refinancing has become a burgeoning industry. Many of the major banks have offered student loan refinancing for a while, but the real … Read moreWhy Everyone Should Refinance Student Loan Debt If They Can
This post is by Brian of Millennial Money Guide. I remember when college graduation was just around the corner and I was faced with multiple options for post graduation. Was I due for a post graduation trip? The most responsible option, and socially acceptable choice, would be to immediately enter my career. This option would help … Read moreShould You Put Off Your Career To Travel?