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Mint Money Audit 6-Month Check-In: How Did Michelle Allocate Her Windfall?
Six months ago Mint user Michelle was struggling with debt, a lack of retirement savings and a bit of family financial drama amongst her siblings. She was anticipating a cash bonus from her company and wasn’t sure if she should save the money or use it to relieve her debt. I check in with her to find out what she decided and how her finances are doing.
How One Mint User is Crushing $11k in Debt in Just One Year
Mint user Aaron Hahn vividly remembers the moment he decided to crush his debt. Now he’s on track to pay off $11K of debt in one year. I’m checking in with him every few months to see how he’s doing and share more about his journey to financial independence.
Why Renting is Better
You’ve heard the expression countless times: Paying rent is like flushing money down the toilet. I get it. There are strong reasons for purchasing a home. But lately, the case for renting has been strengthening. If you need more convincing, I offer some additional talking points.
Donny Wahlberg and Deepak Chopra: My month in review
If you’ve been keeping up with me on the podcast and Instagram, you may have heard/seen some of the craziness that is my life. In case not, here is a sampling of my work and play in the last month. I must say, while the entrepreneur life comes with its own set of doubts and risks, I wholly enjoy the many, many extraordinary opportunities I get to experience.
How to Rank Your Investments: Your Financial Pyramid
Sharing an overview of long-term financial investments worth aiming for and the best ways to prioritize them in my latest Mint blog post.
CBS This Morning: Why are consumers hoarding their cash?
With rising employment, more Americans are earning a steady paycheck, but much of that money is going both unspent and not invested — leaving banks brimming with cash. I stopped by “CBS This Morning: Saturday” to discuss the trend and some ways people can invest that extra money.