While being simple to use, Mint is a very powerful tool. It easily lets me create a budget and keep track of everything I spend. The mobile app is a must for anyone who wants to track their finances on the go.
Staying on top of your credit score is key, whether you are trying to build your credit history, or simply watching for fraudulent activity. I love what Credit Karma offers. It’s a simple look at your credit score with easy to read descriptions of what each part of the score means. This alone would be enough for me but on top of that Credit Karma also offers suggestions on how to improve your score as well as a credit score simulator.
Betterment is relatively new to me. I was always skeptical of automating my investing. I quickly realized how wrong I was. With Betterment, it’s so easy to see exactly where your money is going and what it is doing for you. The fee structure is among the lowest in the industry and access to your investments on the go is a nice bonus. Plus both the website and the mobile app are simple to use and easy to navigate.
This podcast needs no introduction. Paula Pant covers all things personal finance. It’s a great listen!
If you are interested in travel hacking, this is the podcast for you!
Two guys talking about finances and beer. I’m not sure what could be better.
A great podcast on personal finance broke down in a way that’s not only easy to listen to but easy to understand.
Does traveling the world while spending less sound like a great idea? Then this is the podcast for you!
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