Monday, 24 June 2019
10 Financial Steps to a Rich Life as a Single Mom
24 Jun
5:52

10 Financial Steps to a Rich Life as a Single Mom

The never-ending struggles of a valiant single mother are something that the United States of America is very much aware of. According to the 2017 U.S. Census Bureau, out of about 12 million single parent families with children under the age of 18, more than 80% are headed by single […]

Rocket Loans Personal Loan Review
21 Jun
6:30

Rocket Loans Personal Loan Review

APR 7.16%To29.99% Credit Req. 640 Minimum Credit Score Terms 36 or 60 months Origination Fee 1.00% – 6.00% Rocketloans is a digital finance business that is part of the Quicken Loans family. … Read More Rocket Loans personal loan details   Fees and penalties Terms: 36 or 60 months APR […]

Study: Millennials Depend on the Bank of Mom and Dad
20 Jun
11:38

Study: Millennials Depend on the Bank of Mom and Dad

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" James Ellis James is a staff writer at MagnifyMoney covering savings, retirement and investing. “> James Ellis Millennials are advancing steadily into middle age. But statistically speaking, America’s largest generation retains one characteristic of their youth: Widespread dependence on their parents to help pay the bills. […]

How Credit Report Disputes Can Sabotage Your Chance for a Mortgage
20 Jun
4:58

How Credit Report Disputes Can Sabotage Your Chance for a Mortgage

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Crissinda Ponder Crissinda Ponder is a mortgage reporter who joined the MagnifyMoney team in 2018. Her previous experience includes serving as a personal finance and education content editor at ABUV Media and a mortgage reporter/analyst at Bankrate. Crissinda graduated from The University of Georgia with a […]

Best Egg Personal Loan Review
20 Jun
10:09

Best Egg Personal Loan Review

APR Up to 29.99% Credit Req. 700 Minimum Credit Score Terms 36 or 60 months Origination Fee 0.99% – 5.99% People looking for a process that is fast and straightforward can’t go wrong when applying through Best Egg for a personal loan. … Read More *The Annual Percentage Rate (APR) […]

7 Ways to Cool Down Summer Spending
20 Jun
3:29

7 Ways to Cool Down Summer Spending

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Chris O’Shea Chris is a freelance writer whose work has appeared in GQ, Nerdwallet, Esquire, New York Magazine and more. “>Chris O’Shea iStock Summer is here and that means a few different things: battles with kids over sunscreen application, increased outdoor activities and a strained bank […]

What Is a Payroll Card?
19 Jun
8:40

What Is a Payroll Card?

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Louis DeNicola Louis is a personal finance writer who works with Fortune 500 financial services firms, FinTech startups, and non-profits to help promote financial literacy. He covers a variety of personal finance topics and especially likes writing about credit and loans. “>Louis DeNicola .border_btm_heading{border-bottom: 2px solid […]

American Express Personal Loan Review
18 Jun
10:49

American Express Personal Loan Review

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Laura Woods Laura Woods is a Los Angeles-based freelance writer with more than 10 years of experience in business and personal finance. She holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Pittsburgh and a Master of Business Administration from Robert Morris University. “>Laura […]

LightStream Personal Loan Review
17 Jun
9:09

LightStream Personal Loan Review

<span class="fn" data-placement="right" data-content=" Taylor Gordon Taylor K. Gordon is a freelance writer, Certified Financial Education Instructor, and founder of Tay Talks Money, a money management blog that helps millennials, free-spirits, and creatives master their money. “>Taylor Gordon .loan-review .link_box p a{display: inline; font-size: inherit;} APR 3.99%To16.99% Credit Req. 660 […]

Here’s How I Travel On a Shoestring Budget
17 Jun
4:49

Here’s How I Travel On a Shoestring Budget

I don’t know about you, but it seems to me like the cost of travel has skyrocketed over the past few years. Every time a city wants to raise some money to balance their budget or pay for some new initiative, it seems like they decide to just add another […]