My friend Andrew has the fattest wallet I’ve ever seen in my life. I don’t know how it’s possible to cram as much into a leather billfold as he manages to wedge in there. It’s...

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If you’ve been listening to the How to Money podcast for a while, you know that Matt and I get pretty excited about investment properties. I just recently took out a fairly substantial home equity...

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How much are you making on the money that’s sitting in your savings account?  Chances are not very much.  Interest rates for savers have been getting demolished in recent years – and even more so...

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To refinance or not – that is the question. The arena of student loan refinancing can be a confusing one. Even if you can nab a lower interest rate by doing a refi, it still...

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Buying a new car is typically frowned upon by money nerds. Personal finance experts everywhere will trumpet the error of buying a brand new ride so quickly and fiercely that it will leave your ears...

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It’s everyone’s favorite time of year – tax time! Federal student loan debt is odd in the sense that tax filing status matters if you’re on an income-driven repayment plan. How you may ask? If...

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If you want to get out of debt, you need to have a plan! Paying minimum payments isn’t the answer for achieving the goals you’ve prioritized for yourself. It’s time to escape the endless cycle...

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Now that the winter doldrums have set in, you may find yourself daydreaming of a warm sunny beach. Or maybe you just wish you were able to sleep a little longer in your soft cozy...

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We recently dove into the topic of refinancing your student loan. That can be a great way to reduce your monthly payments, lower your interest rate, or change your loan terms IF it makes sense...

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