If you're searching for the perfect old-fashioned name for your son, you've come to the right place. We've put together the ultimate list of old man names for you to choose from. Many of these names have fallen out of favor in recent years, but they're ready to make a comeback with a whole new generation. So if you want your boy to have a classic name that isn't … [Read more...] about 91 Best Old Man Names Ready To Make A Comeback
Do you know the difference between defined benefit vs defined contribution? Your retirement might just rely on knowing the answer to this question. If you work for a company that offers a retirement plan, you’d be smart to learn as much as you can about how it works. You want to be sure you’re getting as much out of the plan as possible and not leaving any money on the … [Read more...] about Defined Benefit vs Defined Contribution – What You Need To Know
We’re always on the lookout for new apps that help us save money or earn extra money as a side hustle. So when we heard about a new app called Dosh that offers cash back on purchases at thousands of stores and restaurants, we couldn’t wait to download the Dosh app and give it a try. But we’re also nervous about downloading unfamiliar apps and handing over our personal … [Read more...] about Dosh Review: Is The App Safe Or A Scam?
Today we’re going to take a look at a personal finance book that deserves a place on your book shelf: Financial Freedom: A Proven Path to All the Money You Will Ever Need, written by Grant Sabatier, promises to transform the way you view money and to help you save, invest, and better manage your money so you can achieve financial freedom. Before we go any further, I … [Read more...] about Book Review: Financial Freedom By Grant Sabatier
Should you pay off debt or invest first? Is it really an either/or situation? Trust me, you’re not the first person to wonder. Today we're going to get to the bottom of the argument. Obviously, if you have debts you’re obligated to pay something on them until they’re gone. You can’t just ignore your debt and go crazy investing. But do you pay them off … [Read more...] about Should You Pay Off Debt Or Invest?
No one wants to suck at life. We all want to be happy and content with our lives. We want rewarding jobs and healthy relationships with family and friends who adore being around us. We want to make a difference and leave the world in a better place than we found it. But life can be hard. No one hands you an instruction manual when you're born. You're just expected to … [Read more...] about How To Not Suck At Life
If you're in college (or you have a kid going to college) and you're strapped for cash as most students are, there is no rule saying you have to work at the local fast-food joint. There are tons of online jobs for college students that offer both great pay and a flexible schedule. If you're looking for a way to get through college without exhausting yourself running from … [Read more...] about 13 Best Online Jobs For College Students
Even though it aired decades before I was even born, The Honeymooners is my all-time favorite television show. I’ve seen each episode dozens of times and yet I still laugh out loud every time I watch it. The misadventures of the Kramdens and the Nortons is classic television at its best. But if you look past all the jokes and gags there are also some valuable lessons to … [Read more...] about 7 Valuable Lessons I Learned Watching Re-Runs Of The Honeymooners
Do you need to make $500 fast? You're not the only one. According to a study by Bankrate, only 41 percent of adults have enough in savings to cover a $500 emergency. Without cash on hand, you'll be forced to rely on credit cards to handle any unexpected expenses that pop up. Relying too much on credit cards creates a whole new problem. You could end up struggling to … [Read more...] about How To Make $500 Fast (In A Week Or Less)
Don’t let an ex have the last laugh. Make sure you review your beneficiaries regularly and change them if needed to be sure your loved ones don't get screwed if you die. In my first job out of college I processed death benefit payouts for 401(k) participants. I had to review the request, the death certificate, and the beneficiaries on file before we could cut the … [Read more...] about Do You Need To Change Your Beneficiaries?