This week on Facebook Live, I joined Intuit’s Angie Robert and Kimmie Greene to share financial tips for managing your side hustle.
Debt got you down? Overextended borrowers that don’t see a light at the end of the tunnel may be relieved to know that they can negotiate to pay a fraction of what they owe to creditors. It’s called debt settlement. But the process comes with caveats. What you need to know first and how to negotiate debt payments in my latest Mint blog post.
In today’s day and age who’s actually paying for the wedding? In my latest post for the Mint blog I share more on this tradition and how couples are covering the cost with and without the help of family.
Admit it. You’re curious..
Expecting a tax refund this year? How will you make the most of it? If 2016 repeats taxpayers will likely park most of their refund in a savings account this year. The National Retail Federation or NRF found that nearly 50% of Americans planned to set aside their IRS checks in 2016. Check out 4 […]
College can be a popular time to establish credit. According to a survey by credit reporting agency Experian, 58% of soon-to-be college graduates possess a credit card, making average monthly charges of over $500. Check out the 7 things college students should know about credit in order to be financially responsible over on the Mint blog.
I’m teaming up with the Mint team for a special campaign tackling our financial goals for the first month of the New Year. I hope you’ll join me.
I’m excited to announce that starting this month I’ll be contributing to the Mint blog as a weekly financial writer. I’m looking forward to connecting with you there and helping you better navigate your finances.