A 2017 survey from Bankrate found that more than 44 million Americans have some kind of side hustle – though many use side hustles for full-time incomes – and that number has likely gone up over the past couple years. Depending on the difficulty, time involved and skill level required, side hustles can produce anywhere from $8-25/hour (sometimes less, sometimes more). Some of the more popular side gigs in recent years have involved transportation: Uber or Lyft for transporting human passengers, Bird or Lime for recharging electric scooters, … [Read more...] about How to Earn an Extra Income Delivering for Postmates
What would happen to your family members if you passed away unexpectedly? This is one of the most-dreaded questions any adult could hear, but it’s also one of the most important questions to consider because doing nothing could leave your family on the hook for tens of thousands of dollars (if not more) for medical expenses, debt repayments and funeral costs if they’re dependent on your income in any way. Life insurance is the most common preventive measure against the severe financial consequences associated with losing one or more … [Read more...] about Ethos Life Insurance Review – Fast Approval of Term Life Insurance
A new report from the Federal Reserve found that, as of June 2017, the amount of outstanding credit card debt in the United States is at the highest level it has ever reached in the country’s history. The previous record was set in April 2008 – just before the recession – but now that the economy has vastly improved, why is there so much credit card debt in the U.S.? Some economists have argued the ease of access to credit cards has led to our personal debts spiraling out of control. After all, the flashy advertisements for 0% introductory … [Read more...] about Top 3 Way You to Can Create a Cash Only Budget
Most parents do a wonderful job of preparing their kids for academic success, future jobs, and raising families of their own, but countless studies released over the past several years indicate that parents have somewhat failed to educate their kids in one crucial category: personal finance.
Younger generations are experiencing almost unprecedented financial struggles as they get into their 20s and 30s, but is it really due to them just being “lazy” like the media headlines suggest? Why else would the quality of their lives be decreasing … [Read more...] about
Are you looking to learn how to save money eating out? My wife and I love to eat out at restaurants. Thanks to a recent look at how I spend my money, 8.8% of my income actually goes towards eating out every month in fact. But, I do not make any apologies for it.
My wife and I simply hate cooking and love eating out at restaurants. It is something that we love to do. So, my wife and I make a conscious effort to budget eating out at restaurants so much.
Restaurants rely on more than ambiance and the aroma of your favorite foods to get you … [Read more...] about
The following is a guest post by Harry N. Stout, the author of the FinancialVerse books and the free newsletter Moneysavers. If you’d like to submit a guest post to Money Q&A, be sure to check out our guest posting guidelines. Do you want to be better off financially and stop leaking your valuable cash? Being financially literate just might do the trick. What I have found is that a lack of financial literacy can be financially and psychologically costly. I write extensively about this in my FinancialVerse books and content … [Read more...] about Stop Leaking Cash by Becoming Financially Literate