How to Fire a Freelance Client Without Ruining Your Reputation
Sometimes it’s difficult to know when to let a client go. If you decide its time to fire a client at some point, and do it respectfully, timely, and thoughtfully, it shouldn’t hurt you in the long run.
How to Take Your Brick-and-Mortar Business Online
If you’re considering moving your offline business online, you might be unsure of what to do if you’ve never worked online before. These steps offer a framework for creating an online business plan and strategy.
Empower App Review: The Budgeting App That Does It All
Empower is an AI-focused, comprehensive money management app that began in 2016. The app helps you automate your savings goals, budget with ease, and analyzes your finances to provide personalized recommendations for your situation.
What Is a Debt Relief Service and Should You Use One?
There are three primary options for debt relief: debt settlement, debt management, and debt consolidation. While they have similar objectives — to help you manage and pay off your debt — they all operate with some slight differences.
All Star Cheer Costs a Fortune, but I Pay for It Anyway. Here’s Why
For the past seven years, my daughter has been a competitive cheerleader. But even though all star cheer takes up a significant part of my monthly budget, when I sit down and think about it, it’s worth it.
25 Programs to Get Free Money From the Government
If you’re facing a job loss, disability, or other factors that make it difficult to support your family, you may be eligible to get free money from the government. These programs can help you pay for housing, food, and other essentials.
Billshark Review: A Bill Negotiation App for People Who Hate Negotiating
Billshark takes the hassle out of saving money on bills by negotiating for you in exchange for a percentage of your savings. In this review, we talk about how it works, what you can expect, and whether or not it’s worth your time.
Chime Review: Checking, Savings, and Additional Features
Chime is an FDIC-insured, mobile-only banking service provider that operates no physical branches. There are no monthly fees or overdraft charges with their checking or savings accounts. Here’s a full review of their account options and the interest rates they provide.
BBVA Review: No-Frills Checking, Savings, and CDs
BBVA operates more than 600 branches across seven states, including Texas, Alabama, Arizona, California, Colorado, Florida, and New Mexico. In this BBVA review, we’ll discuss three of the bank’s most popular accounts: checking, savings, and certificates of deposit.
Ally Bank Review: One of the Best Online Savings Accounts Around
Tired of bank fees? This Ally Bank review covers the pros and cons of banking with Ally and how you can save money by switching to an online bank. Get paid for opening an account instead of the other way around.