5 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal for Under $1000
5 Ways to Improve Your Home’s Curb Appeal for Under $1,000
Curb appeal is one of the most important parts of your home’s value. It affects how quickly your home can sell, what it can sell for, and sets the tone for the rest of the home’s staging. In a nutshell, curb appeal refers to how well your home looks from the street, and there are a lot of different things that can impact it, from dirty roofs and siding to subpar landscaping. Read more →
A Free and Editable Variable Income Budget Template
A Free Variable Income Budget Template
I’ve had a variable income for the last six years. Luckily I was employed the entire time, but the hours were often irregular. I worked as a caterer for several years, serving and busing at events around New York City for five to seven different companies. Read more →
How to avoid overdraft fees
Say Goodbye to Overdraft Fees
Checking accounts come with a variety of fees. Some of the most costly fees are associated with not having enough money in your account. Sadly, just when you need the money most, you might get hit with this extra expense. In their report, Data Point: Checking account overdraft, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) found that account holders that opt-in for overdraft coverage pay over $250 a year in overdraft and non-sufficient funds (NSF) fees on average. Read more →
How to buy a used car
10 Things to Do When Buying a Used Car
Shopping for a used car can be a taxing experience. Buying a new-to-you vehicle is likely one of the largest purchases you’ll make, and there are many factors to consider. You don’t want to get ripped off on the initial investment and you want to be sure you don’t get stuck with a lemon and have to spend thousands on repairs in the coming years. Read more →
The Fast and Free Way to Learn a New Language
The Fast and Free Way to Learn a New Language
People often list learning a new language is a personal goal, but follow that up with an excuse. They’ll say they’re too old, it takes too much time, or it costs too much money. Ignore these – there are free and fast ways for a person of any age to learn a new language. Read more →
9 Costly Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make
9 Costly Money Mistakes 20-Somethings Make
Those in their twenties may have a particular set of financial challenges to overcome. Paying down debt accrued during school, moving or getting settled into a new home, starting a job or career, and finding or maintaining friendships and personal relationships. Read more →
Smart Money Habits
8 Smart Money Habits
Achieving financial stability requires discipline, good fortune, and developing the right habits. Money can leave you psychologically and emotionally drained, but instilling the appropriate practices can set you on the path to success. Forming a new habit can be difficult, but there are scientific approaches you can take. Read more →
Free Online Courses and Educational Resources
Free Online Courses and Educational Resources
There are a lot of great things on the internet, including free educational resources and university-level classes. Whether you’re searching for supplemental programs for your master’s program, a K-12 curriculum, or a professional education course, there are options at every level. Read more →