The internet is full of advice about how to save $3 by taking lunch to work and $5 on toilet paper. That stuff is great, and I’ve written a lot of articles like that myself, and they are always popular. Who doesn’t love saving $1 on coffee? The truth however for most people who call us, no amount of living on noodles and tuna and cancelling their Netflix is going to get them out of debt. If your income is $1000 a week and your mortgage is $750 a week, and your credit card repayments are $300 a week, no amount of making your own laundry detergent is ever going to get those ends to meet.
Last week, we published an article listing the top five free budget apps for 2019. Today we are bringing you two more apps for serious budgeting. These two apps aren’t free, but are worth the investment for people who want more detail and more control over their budget.
Apps are one of the best and easiest ways for most people to keep track of finances and stick to a budget. There are hundreds and thousands of budget apps available, so to make it easier, we have gathered a list of the top five free ones for you to try out in 2019.
Credit card fraud and identity theft are on the rise, so it is more important than ever to keep your credit cards safe from thieving hands. Here are four top tips you can put into play to make sure your credit cards aren't stolen.
If you have made the decision to sign up for a credit card, your next step is to determine which credit card is best for you. Credit cards are not one size fits all, so be sure to do your research before signing up.
Rewards are one of the top reasons people will want to sign up for a credit card. But is it worth the hype? What can rewards get you? How do you choose the best credit card rewards program for you?
Planning a trip overseas? Have you considered what you will do for money yet? Travel money cards have become increasingly popular for overseas explorers. We have collated the top pros and cons to help you make a decision about travel money cards.
If you have decided to take the plunge and sign up for a credit card, it’s time to start doing the research to find the best one for you. Credit cards are not one size fits all, so take your time to look into a few different options before you select one.
Contrary to popular belief, a credit card is not a necessity of life. For some people, credit cards will either be completely unnecessary, or will end up causing more problems than it solves. Here are five reasons you don’t need a credit card.
A credit card might seem like a scary thing, and many people will have no reason to need one, but if you do sign up, make sure you use your credit card to your full advantage.