Here are 25 things you could do to make money while staying at home. These are great options if you are a parent, student or just want to make some extra money on the side.
You can build financial freedom by earning well, being frugal, saving money and investing. Perhaps you are saving for retirement or would like to retire early. Maybe you want to make extra income from side hustles. Here are my tips!
How to Save Money on Gift Cards
Are you looking for super cheap gift cards? Whether you are buying a gift card for someone else or to use yourself you can buy discounted gift cards online and save money. Check out these top gift card websites to buy and sell.
Make Money with Your Creative Hobbies
Are you looking to make a bit of extra cash? Sure you can work nights as a pizza delivery person, drive for Uber, do some baby sitting. But what if you could put your creative skills or artistic instincts to work as a side hustle? Here are eight ideas for making money from your creative hobbies.
Credit Cards: Points vs Cash Back
Americans love our credit cards. And almost all credit cards now come with some incentives like points or cash back. I don’t love to do complicated calculations and shuffle a deck of cards every time I want to go shopping but I do want to maximize the benefits of points or cash back.
15 Favorite Female FIRE Bloggers
Although it seems like many personal finance bloggers are male, financial independence is not just for the boys. Here are some of my favorite female bloggers who cover financial independence and early retirement, also known as FIRE.
Find a way to earn money that is not dependent on you living in one particular high cost location, then move to a low cost location and your money goes a lot farther. Geographic arbitrage can also be great for those who are retired, financially independent or plan to retire early.
Home Purchase vs Stock Market
Common wisdom says that buying a house is a great investment. But is it a better investment than the stock market? Let’s look at an example comparing a down payment on a house to an investment in mutual funds from 2008 to 2018.
Paypal vs Transferwise for Exchanging Euros & US Dollars
So you need to transfer money between currencies but don’t know whether you should choose Paypal or Transferwise. We’ll break down how each platform works, the pros and cons of Paypal and Transferwise and the bottom line of which is less expensive.