Save Money

When it comes to saving money, there are two distinct things to consider:

  1. How to reduce your expenses
  2. Where to keep your savings so your money works for you

In the articles below, we’ll be covering both of these topics. Right off the bat, you’ll be able to eliminate a lot of expenses by living frugally and choosing free versions of certain products or services instead of their paid counterparts. Then, you’ll learn how to save money on anything from groceries and electricity to online purchases and travel. From apps to credit cards, there are plenty of money-saving avenues to explore.

As you start to save money, the next piece of the puzzle is making the most of it by choosing the right places to store it. With a lot of bank accounts, you’re earning so little interest that your money is actually losing value to inflation. With that in mind, we’ll recommend high-interest bank accounts to use for your emergency fund and other savings, so you can start benefiting from compound interest. Money making money—it doesn’t get better than that.

5 Ways to Get Paid to Go to School

5 Ways to Get Paid to Go to School

  With college tuition prices ballooning over the past several decades, an increasing amount of young people are starting their lives in the red financially. It's difficult to save money and start investing when every available dollar is going toward debt payoff...

22 Fun Things to Do Without Spending Money

22 Fun Things to Do Without Spending Money

Sometimes, it feels like everything we do costs money. You have to spend money just to live—to eat, to drink, to keep a roof over your head, and even to get back and forth from the place where you make money. After all of that, spending money to have fun is enough to...