Save Big with These 5 Alternative Wedding Ideas

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares 5 alternative wedding ideas that will save you big on one of the most expensive (and precious) days of your life. There are definitely ways to shave money off your big day even if you’re having a traditional wedding (I’ve shown you in the past how to save $5,000 without...
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5 Ways to Simplify Your Financial Life

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares five ways to simplify your financial life, helping you to not only save time, but money as well. Has your financial life gotten a bit complicated? This can manifest in many ways, such as juggling money between several accounts, having to remember lots of due dates on bills, or...
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Where to Invest Your RelayRides’ Earnings to Make them Grow

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares five ways to increase your earnings by investing them in various opportunities. Earning money from an asset you already own—your vehicle—is pretty awesome. I’m sure you’ve already benefitted from the extra cash each month showing up in your account. If you’re like most people, you not only want this...
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How Your Down Payment Effects Your Auto Loan

Are you considering an auto loan to purchase your next car? Learn what your down payment does to your loan with finance expert Eric Rosenberg. After buying a home, buying a car is likely the biggest financial transaction you will ever make in your life. Most new cars cost tens of thousands of dollars, so...
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How to Invest $100, $1,000, or $10,000

Do you think investing is only for the super-rich? This is a common misconception, and finance expert Eric Rosenberg has tips to get you started with investing. If you are new to investing, getting started can be intimidating. New investors often believe that investing in stocks, bonds, and mutual funds requires hours of education or...
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Bolstering Finances while Earning Minimum Wage

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares strategies to bolster your finances while earning minimum wage. In 2014, McDonald’s released a budget designed for a typical worker earning minimum wage (a money situation that many of their employees are all too familiar with). This was a laughable budget that sent the interwebs ablaze with criticism, mostly...
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