For the past few months, my wife and I have been testing out Hello Fresh. So, I thought that it would be fun to tell you what we found in a Hello Fresh review on Money Q&A. Note - This article may contain affiliate links. We’ve actually really loved the HelloFresh service! Here’s why… Hello Fresh Review – Fast, Easy, Fun, and Cheap Meals What is Hello Fresh? You’ve probably seen the Hello Fresh commercials on television. They seem to be everywhere lately. Hello Fresh is one of the many meal subscription services that delivers prepackage … [Read more...] about Hello Fresh Review – Fast, Easy, Fun, and Cheap Meals to Make at Home
Archives for September 2016
There are five parts that the Fair Isaac Corporation uses to comprise of your FICO credit score. Get Your Credit Scores & Reports From All 3 Credit Bureaus. If you want the best credit score possible, you concentrate on these five components: your credit history, the length of your credit history, the amount of debt you have, the different types of credit you have borrowed, and finally how many inquiries into your credit report have been made recently. 90% of top lenders use FICO® Scores. There are two types of inquiries or … [Read more...] about Understanding The Difference Between A Soft And Hard Credit Pull
Last year, Americans racked up an average of $986 on their credit cards during the holiday season according to a poll conducted by MagnifyMoney. There are better ways of giving a holiday gift than charging it on a credit card that you will be paying off well into the spring.
It's only September, but the holiday season will be here quicker than you think. Rather than racking up as much as $986 in debt on holiday spending, you can be proactive by starting to save now for the holiday gift giving season. It typically takes people up to five … [Read more...] about
Do you bury your gold like a pirate? Or, do you hide your gold and other precious metals in shoeboxes sitting around your house or under the bed? Do you know how to store gold and other precious metals to keep them safe?
Many people love investing in gold, silver, and other precious metals. They can make a great addition to your investment portfolio and round out your primary retirement investments in your Roth IRA and 401k retirement plan. But, many people don't even realize that they can take physical possession of their gold and precious … [Read more...] about
No matter what stage of your life you are in, it is important to consider your investments and to think forward with regards to your money. Whether you are a young professional that is just starting their career, or an experienced veteran with a diversified portfolio, you want to be sure your money is safe by investing in as many different places as possible. This means keeping a rich portfolio of mutual funds, stocks, government bonds, and other investments. But did you know that forex and online currency exchanges can also be a great … [Read more...] about Diversify Your Investment Portfolio with Forex via XTrade
In the past, I’ve been a staunch proponent against leasing a car. But, I’ve started to soften in my old age. I can start to see both sides of the argument. And, I recently took the plunge and leased a car instead of buying one. There may be a few reasons to lease a new car though. Leasing a car doesn’t give you ownership in the car. It’s sort of like long-term renting. At the end of the lease, you have to return the car. But, most car dealerships will let you purchase the car at the end of your lease instead if you want to do so. The … [Read more...] about Five Reasons To Lease a New Car Instead of Buying One
There are hundreds of thousands of Uber and Lyft drivers in the U.S. (amongst other drivers working for smaller rideshare companies), and the demand for their services continues to grow each year. Have you ever thought of becoming a Lyft or Uber rideshare driver?
Whether you’ve used Uber or Lyft for a ride before and now you want to try it from the driver’s side or you’ve been looking for a relatively easy way to make a side income, there are several things you should consider before signing up to work for a rideshare company.
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The following is a guest post by Rachel Cruze, who you may know also as Dave Ramsey's daughter. An incredible speaker and author in her own right, Rachel has a new book coming out in October, "Love Your Life, Not Theirs". If you’d like to submit a guest post on Money Q&A, please check out the site’s guest posting guidelines. Some of the most difficult conversations you’ll ever have will probably involve money. For example, consider these statements: “How much did you spend on that dress? You didn’t even tell me about … [Read more...] about The Importance of Talking About Money (Even When It’s Hard)
Moving out from the family home as a first time renter is an incredibly exciting, yet exhausting and stressful process for many people. Whether you’re a young college student or a professional who’s been living with their parents to save money, eventually leaving the nest and finding a place of your own is pretty much inevitable. However, taking out a mortgage right after leaving the parents’ home would be financially unfeasible for most people, which means your first independent living experience will probably be renting a room or … [Read more...] about 4 Problems You Might Face as a First Time Renter (and How to Overcome Them)
Financial Management is not an academic subject. No one gets exam marks to indicate how they are progressing with the subject. It is a matter of making good decisions and learning from any mistakes which hopefully are not too costly. The USA consumer finance statistics are fairly disturbing. There are too much credit card debt and certainly insufficient retirement savings in society. Some people must be stressed every time they open their credit card statement or read about the Social Security System’s problems and the fact that an … [Read more...] about How to Repair Your Finances as a First Priority