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Sustainable ETFs are becoming increasingly specific in nature. No matter what your personal values, you can probably find an ETF that supports them.
3 Things It’s (Almost) Always Worth Spending Money On
There are a lot of things we spend on that are unnecessary, but there are 3 things that are always worth spending money on.
Spending Less Than You Earn Is Nowhere Near as Simple as It Sounds
There are ways to spend less than you earn and earn more than you’re currently spending. Here are a few things to keep in mind.
Dialing Back the Emotion in Your Relationship With Money
Recognizing that money is an emotional topic can lead to a less stressful relationship with it. Learn more in this Wealthtender article.
Why is Everyone Misusing the Term ‘Good Debt’ Recently?
One of the biggest reasons for financial stress I’m seeing recently is the normalization of debt. Learn more in this article.
Questions to Ask Yourself Before Making a Major Purchase
Before making a major purchase ask yourself these questions to determine if you are comfortable with the purchase.
How to Kick Start a Saving Habit Overnight
If you’re one of the many people out there with no savings at all, there are a few tricks that might help you start that saving habit.
7 Money Conversations You Should Have With Your Future Spouse
If you are a couple that is going to work towards shared goals such as buying a home, there are some conversations you need to have.
Where’s the Money Coming From in Your Online Business or Side Hustle?
If you’re running a side hustle, it can help to ask yourself these questions about where the money is coming from.
What Exactly Is This Bank Charge, and Can It Be Avoided?
Unexpected bank fees can come as a shock. In this article, we discuss a few common bank charges, and how you can avoid them.
What Is a Credit Utilization Rate and Why Does It Matter?
You may have heard that a high credit utilization rate hurts your credit score. What does that mean? Learn more in this Wealthtender article.
4 Extreme Ways to Save Money on a College Education
Attending college can be expensive. In this article, we discuss ways potential students can save on a college education.
You Don’t Have to Be Cheap (Or Even Frugal) to Make Good Money Decisions
In our latest article, we have tips to learn how to make good money decisions without depriving yourself of anything.
How To Turn a Hobby into a Hustle
Turning a hobby into a side hustle isn't as simple as it seems. But it can work, if you pick one of these options.
Easy Ways To Simplify Your Finances
Taking some time to simplify your finances can make life easier, feel satisfying, and save more time long-term. It can also save you money.
Five Personal Finance Books to Help You Overhaul Your Finances and Your Life
If you’re aiming to overhaul your finances this year, put these personal finance books on your reading list.
Which College Degrees Lead to Financial Success?
Some college degrees lead to higher paying jobs than others. So which college majors lead to the best chance of financial success?
The What, Why and How of Setting Financial Goals
It's not enough to set a financial goal. To implement it you'll need to know what to do, why you're doing it, and how you'll make it work.
Four Ways to Save When You Love to Spend
There are a few simple ways to save money, even when you love to (or have to) spend it.
What is Kakeibo? (Saving Money The Japanese Way)
With the release of the first English translation of the Japanese ‘budgeting book’, Kakeibo, maybe it's time to start saving money the Japanese way.
10 Financial Goals to Aim for in the Next Six Months
Being prepared for financial uncertainty is important. Over the next six months, use these goals to work towards getting on track financially.
Is a College Degree Really Worth the Long-Term Debt?
With the national media declaring student debt a 'crisis', we take a look at whether a college degree is really worth the debt you'll take on to obtain it.
Six Ways You May Be Able To Profit From Your Credit Card
If you're shopping for a new credit card, you want features tailored to your needs. Find out how to choose the right credit card for you.
The Simple Financial Decision That Makes Raising a Family Cheaper
There's a simple, but effective way to make raising kids cheaper. Give them a fairly generous allowance and excellent money management skills.
5 Money Challenges You Can Use to Improve Your Finances
A challenge can help you get in the mindset to save money. In this article, we outline five money challenges you can use to improve your finances.
Can You Use a Side Hustle To Get Out of Debt?
A side hustle could help you pay down debt. If you need a side hustle to pay down or avoid debt, there are a few rules you need to follow.
12 Quotes About Money That Should Guide Your Financial Life
Some of the simplest and most effective money management advice can be summed up in just a few words. Use this advice to help guide your financial life.
Ten Things to Focus on to Achieve Financial Freedom
Financial freedom depends on what you need to feel free. Whatever that means to you, here are a few things to focus on as you pursue financial freedom.
Simple Math for Would-Be Millionaires
In this article from Wealthtender, we discuss the concept of passive income and ways to generate passive income making $120 in any given hour.
What to Consider Before Buying Your First Home
If you’re considering buying a home and are sure homeownership is for you, here are a few of the most important things to consider.
How to Save Money by Changing Your Consumer Mindset
Cutting back on how much you consume helps you save money, live more sustainably, and even supports your local community if you use a rent from a local app.
Change These Three Things to Reduce Financial Stress
Things that will reduce financial stress involve your mindset and emotions, as much as what you actually do with your money. Learn more.
Ways to Avoid Lifestyle Inflation
If you don’t understand and control lifestyle inflation your wealth won’t really grow. Get our tips to build wealth as your income increases.
How Much Does a Nice Life Cost in the U.S.?
Living a nice life costs money, but how much? Our cost of living comparison can help you work out how much a nice life costs in the US.
How Long Does It Really Take to Pay Off Student Loans?
In this article, we discuss the average length of time to pay off student loans and the factors that impact the time it takes to pay off student loans.
Unusual Ways to Boost Your Credit Score
There are many ways to boost your credit score. In this article, we discuss other things you can do to increase your score that you may not have considered.
What Are the Top Financial Concerns Americans Have Right Now?
In this article, we address the top financial concerns of Americans and what can be done about them. We discuss saving for retirement, debt and more.
Why Financial Literacy Matters and How to Improve Yours
A lack of financial literacy is potentially damaging and far too common. Read our blog post to learn our tips for improving your financial literacy.
Unconventional Ways to Make Money from Your Property
If you are looking to make some extra money from your property, we have tips for generating extra income from a property you own and live in.
How Tax Efficient Are Your Savings?
Depending on where you live and how you save, you may be able to take advantage of various tax benefits when it comes to your personal savings.
These Five Things Will Help You Think Before You Spend
Impulse spending can be an expensive problem, In our article, we give you five things to think about before you spend. These tips will help you save money.
How to Juggle a Job and a Side Hustle
Having a full-time job and a side hustle is becoming more common. Read our article to get our tips for how to juggle your job and a side hustle.
Money Mindset Shifts That Can Change Your Life
How you think about money affects how much money you have, because thoughts become actions, and actions, almost invariably, become results.
Does Passive Income Truly Exist?
You’ll often hear people discussing passive income, but is income ever truly passive? Most passive income requires a very active setting up phase.
Simple Habits That Can Transform Your Personal Finances
Transforming your personal finances can be easier than you think. Simple habits that we’re all capable of developing can truly transform finances over time.
Five Valuable Financial Tips for Freelancers
If you're starting to freelance, either as a side hustle or as a full time career switch, you may want to check out our financial tips for freelancers.
What To Do In Times of Financial Uncertainty
In uncertain times we all worry about finances. Keep these things in mind during the coronavirus pandemic and the volatile financial times it's causing.
How to Save Money for Those Once-in-a-Lifetime Expenses
Today we're looking at 'big picture' ways to save money on those once-in-a-lifetime expenses, from college to first-time homeownership, to your wedding.
Is Your Home Actually Your Biggest Asset?
A home can be a solid investment, but is it really, as many homeowners believe, a major asset? Here's a slightly different way of looking at home ownership.
Three Things You Need To Know Before Taking Out A Car Loan
There are a few things you need to know before taking out a car loan. The car industry isn't just about cars, it's about car financing, too.
Three Major Misconceptions About FIRE That Will Trip You Up
How to Create an Emergency Fund That Actually Helps in an Emergency
You’ve probably heard that you should have an emergency fund. Maybe you even have one already. But would it actually help in an emergency?
Four Things You Need To Build Wealth, That Are Nothing To Do With Money
Some of the things that can really help when you’re trying to build wealth have nothing to do with money itself. Fix these mindset & lifestyle issues first.
How American Expats are Stretching Their Retirement Dollars
If you have a strong sense of adventure and a taste for the unknown, retiring abroad can be a good decision, financially as well as personally.
Just How ‘Fixed’ are your Fixed Expenses?
How much could you reduce your fixed monthly expenses by? How to save on things like utilities, car payments, cell phone plans, and student loan repayments.
The Far-Reaching Benefits of a No-Spend Month (And the One Drawback)
Want to change your money mindset? Try a no-spend month. The benefits are more varied and far-reaching than you might imagine.
Strategies Young People Can Use to Build Credit
Building credit is a necessary and challenging part of becoming an adult in the US. Here are a few safe and simple ways to do it.
The 100-year old book that’s still a valuable guide to personal finance
Insights from the widely acclaimed, century-old book, The Richest Man in Babylon, are still totally relevant to personal finance in the 21st Century.
The essential art of including ‘fun money’ in your monthly budget
Including 'fun money' in your budget makes it easier to stick to, avoids fun-related debt, and stops you ‘stealing’ from other financial commitments.
Understanding your credit card statement
Your guide to understanding common terms that credit card companies use. Knowing these terms helps you manage credit card debt and payments better.
Three steps to take when you’re drowning in debt
No matter how overwhelming your debt might seem, there are 3 easy steps you can take to help you get back on track. Stop drowning in debt, & take action.
Ten reasons you’ll spend too much this holiday season
Avoid over-spending this holiday season. Being aware of the reasons you spend too much during the holidays can help you get holiday spending under control.
Is it ever too early to start saving for retirement?
How early should I start saving for retirement? Is it ever too early? Should I clear student loans before saving for retirement? Let's look at the options.
Four Signs You’re Carrying Too Much Debt
Regardless of your income, it's easy to take on too much debt. Here are four signs you're carrying too much debt, and what to do about it.
Three Important Reasons You Have Trouble Sticking to Your Budget
Making a budget is so much easier than sticking to it. We look at three big reasons you have trouble sticking to your budget.
What You Need to Teach Your Kids About Money Management
Instilling good money management habits in your kids is a gift that really does keep on giving. We look at exactly what you need to teach your kids.
How to Avoid Impulse Spending and Grow Your Wealth Instead
The lifetime bill for impulse spending is over $300,000, so learning how to avoid impulse spending, can unlock some significant savings.
Stop Using Your Credit Score as an Excuse to Take on Debt
Stop telling yourself you need to take on more debt to "build your credit". There are better ways to improve your credit score.
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