Is It Cheaper to Lease or Buy Your Next Car?

Is It Cheaper to Lease or Buy Your Next Car?

I bought my first car for $500 from my friend’s brother. It shouldn’t have been a good idea. The interior panels were all hanging off, the wheels made a weird rattling sound and the engine used to whistle when you revved it too hard. But that car kept going and going...
5 Quick and Easy Ways to Make Money from Home

5 Quick and Easy Ways to Make Money from Home

Have you ever wondered if you could make some extra cash for you and your family, without having to leave home? Some people start a home business to replace their full-time income that they would have got from a traditional job. Other people want to be able to access...
20 Side Hustles for College Students

20 Side Hustles for College Students

It’s no secret college is expensive. Tuition, room and board, and textbooks alone are thousands of dollars a year. How are you supposed to afford a social life on top of all this? It may be time to think about getting a job.   You have new friends, you might be in a...
6 Ways to Adopt a Wealthy Mindset

6 Ways to Adopt a Wealthy Mindset

Growing up, my family didn’t have much money. There were times when the light switch triggered no response because the electric bill hadn’t been paid, and we were even homeless for a time. I remember being jealous of my friends who lived in large houses and received...
Tips for Apartment Hunting on a Budget

Tips for Apartment Hunting on a Budget

Having an apartment budget is a must if you’re thinking of renting. It’s all too easy to fall in love with the perfect place, and rush into signing a lease. Only to find out a couple of months down the track that you’re struggling to stay on top of rent, bills and...
101 Unique Ways to Save Money from 101 Different People

101 Unique Ways to Save Money from 101 Different People

Americans used to save a lot more. “The bottom 90 percent of households saved 10 percent of their income in the first Reagan administration.” But, in 2016, according to a Federal Reserve study, almost half of Americans (46%) could not cover a $400 unexpected expense...