5 Steps to Take if You Receive Notice From IRS

There are plenty of people you would love to get mail from: your parents, a loved one on a business trip, your Spanish pen pal from Mallorca, your current crush even. But receiving mail from the IRS? Much less exciting. In fact, for many people, it’s incredibly...

How to Invest In Real Estate: DiversyFund and Fundrise Reviews

This post was written in partnership with DiversyFund.  If you’re a reader of personal finance blogs, you know that real estate investing is a hot topic. Bloggers plug and review companies like Fundrise, Realty Mogul, and PeerStreet. A relatively new, but highly...

7 Personal Finance Tips for Every Small Business Owner

Seven Tips for Every Small Business Owner Small business owners carry a lot of responsibilities on their shoulders. With their overwhelming workload, entrepreneurs sometimes make financial mistakes that result in wasting resources, hindering a startup’s success and...

7 Ways to Make Money Fast, Quick, and in a Hurry!

How to Make Money Fast Today! One of the most common questions I hear is, how to make money fast? Maybe you're faced with an unexpected home repair, or your car decided to call it quits and now you’re in the need for some extra cash quick, fast and in hurry (like...

What to Ask Before Hiring a Financial Advisor

What You Need to Know Before Hiring a Financial Advisor It’s no secret the blogosphere tends to hold financial advisors in contempt. The money blog movement is steeped in DIY gumption that does not lend itself well to seeking outside help. Additionally, even though...

Why We Chose to Skip an Expensive Wedding

An exciting development in the personal finance space is that more and more couples are turning their back on convention in order to prioritize financial independence. Previously we have interviewed couples who have chosen to live in a tiny house to save for...

Best of the Web: Hosted by Women Who Money

Meet Amy and Viki Hey Money Geeks! I’m Amy from Life Zemplified and I"m Vicki from Make Smarter Decisions together we operate Women Who Money Women Who Money is a website that answers all kinds of money questions. We aim to empower women with the knowledge, skills,...

Side Hustle 101: Make Money on eBay

How to Make Money on eBay Looking for a fun and easy new side hustle? Maybe you are in need some extra cash to pay for an unexpected expense, tor to reach a financial goal? There are a lot of ways to make money fast, however, it's hard to beat the eBay side hustle....

How To Avoid Common Estate Planning Mistakes

Avoid Common Estate Planning Mistakes One of the biggest challenges in personal finance is dealing with estate planning. I find that to be true in my financial advice business and in the personal finance blogging space. We see numerous posts that talk about saving,...

How to Sell Your old iPhone and iPad for More Money

I don’t know about you, but I have several old cell phones and an iPad laying around the house. They’re laying around because I haven’t figured out what to do with them. Wouldn't it be great if there was a way to sell your old mobile devices that were easy and...

Meet Tis But A Moment and Wealthy Nickel

Meet Tis But A Moment I’m Tis, a 20-something recruiter, startup enthusiast, and proud feminist-slash-crazy cat lady. I’m striving to retire by 35 and enjoy the time it takes to get there. Tis But A Moment is where I can share my life hacks, milestones, and musings on...

If Everyone Caught FIRE, Would There Be a Recession?

If Everyone Caught FIRE, Would There Be a Recession Some Boring But Important Background Before the Controversy The “Tragedy of the Commons” is an economic concept with origins in a 1968 academic article by an ecologist named Garrett Hardin published in Science....

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