5 Financial Tips for 30-Somethings

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows you how to take full advantage of this wealth-building decade in your life. Maybe your 20s left you at zero net worth (heck, maybe you’re still in the negative!). But I’ve got some exciting news for you: this is your decade of financial catch-up and wealth-building. You’re likely no longer at...
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Budgeting for Going Back to School

RelayRides personal finance expert Eric Rosenberg has tips and ideas to save cash this back-to-school season. As summer comes toward an end, students around the country are gearing up to go back to school. When it is time for someone in your family to return to school after summer vacation, here are some ideas to...
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What Should You Do Before You Buy a Car?

RelayRides finance expert Eric Rosenberg shares tips on getting the best deal when you buy your next new or used car. There is something glamorous about driving a new car off the lot. The American Dream teaches us, of course, that bigger, faster, and newer cars are always the best of status symbols. Before you decide whether...
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5 Financial Tips Every 20-Something Should Know

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows 20-somethings how to build a solid financial future with these 5 financial tips. Your 20s are quite the interesting decade in life. I can say that with the bit of distance and the self-analysis I’ve completed now that I’m approaching my 32nd birthday. It’s a hugely important time in finding out...
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5 Travel Hacks for Saving on Summer Vacations

Want to save on your summer travel? RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares his travel hacking and saving expertise for your next vacation. Summer travel season is in full swing, and Americans are busy visiting friends, family, new cities, and enjoying new adventures all over the world. While you are busy traveling, don’t get caught with...
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When Is It Worth It To Splurge on Luxury Goods?

When is the best time to splurge on high-end goods? RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares when it is best to choose the deal, or to buy the top-shelf item. Your TV died. Bummer. I’ve been there before. Whether it is a TV or anything else around the house, we always have a decision to make...
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How to Save on Living in the City

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman is a pro when it comes to shaving living costs, even if you are living in a big city. Living in a city can be exciting. There are new restaurants to try, a huge pool of people to meet, and endless forms of entertainment you won’t likely find in smaller towns. However,...
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Moving Cheaply and Easily Revisited

Planning on a major move? Blogger Eric Rosenberg, who recently moved from Denver, Colorado to Portland, Oregon, has tips for saving money when you move. Moving is expensive. An interstate move, or even a local move, can cost thousands of dollars if you add up movers, supplies, deposits, and other bumps that can come up...
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5 Things to Know Before Picking an Auto Loan

Considering a car loan? Eric Rosenberg, a former loan manager at a bank, shares information you need to know before you take out a loan. I remember the first time I drove home in my new car. That new car smell. The freedom to drive wherever I wanted. The knowledge that I owed $12,000 to...
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