Save Money in These 5 Areas of Your Budget

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows you how to increase your cash flow without sacrifice. For many of us, especially with the higher-than-normal unemployment rate the country is still experiencing, getting a raise is not on the horizon. Sure, it might happen a year or two from now. But the likelihood of increasing our monthly...
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When to Justify Spending as an Investment

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman discusses when to justify spending as an investment, and when to pass on what might seem like a good opportunity. Have you ever caught yourself justifying a purchase you’re about to make by saying something like, “yeah, but it’s an investment”? Or perhaps you have comforted yourself with this phrase...
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Financing a Car with Good, Bad or Ugly Credit

Need a loan for your next car purchase but don’t know where to start? Finance expert Eric Rosenberg has an inside view to get you on the road no matter what your credit looks like. Buying a car can be an expensive endeavor. While some used cars sell for less than a thousand dollars, if you...
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Our Favorite Debt Elimination Tools for 2015

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares several debt elimination tools that will reduce both your repayment period as well as overall interest paid. Looking to get out of debt…before you retire? There are debt elimination tools you can use so that enjoying debt freedom well before social security statements become part of your daily vocabulary...
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5 Ways to Avoid Depending on Seasonal Work

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows you how to make part-time income that lasts more than one season. Picking up extra work around the holidays, summertime, or seasonally is a great way to give your overall budget a temporary infusion of cash. But what if you’re looking for a more even flow of extra cash?...
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2015 Financial Resolutions for Procrastinators

Sick of loan payments and feeling stressed with your money? It’s not too late to start 2015 right with these financial resolutions from finance expert Eric Rosenberg. The New Year has arrived, and for many of us the task of planning 2015 is still a work in progress. For those of you out there still...
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Read This Article Before You Buy an Electric Vehicle

Are you considering dumping your gas-guzzler to buy an electric car? Eric Rosenberg has important information before you buy. Ever since Toyota released the Prius, electric and hybrid cars have become better and more popular, and with good reason. With high gas prices and maintenance costs, people can save a lot of money buying a...
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5 Questions to Ask Yourself Before You Buy a Car

Are you considering buying a new car? Blogger Eric Rosenberg has five important factors to consider before making your big purchase. There are few experiences more exciting and stressful at the same time than buying a car. Other than buying a home, buying a car is the most expensive financial transaction most of us will...
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Finance Your Emergency Savings with Your Car

Most Americans don’t have enough saved to cover broken car, water heater, or other emergencies. Blogger Eric Rosenberg has tips to help you start saving. Emergencies happen. We never love paying unexpected medical, car repair, or home maintenance bills, but they do happen from time to time. For the days when you have to pay for an...
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7 Investments Opportunities You Haven’t Heard Of

The stock market is not the only place where you can invest. And money is not your only investment option. Interested in making money? Here are 7 investment opportunities you haven’t heard of yet: #1: Royalty-Yielding Assets Perhaps you aren’t a rock star (how many of us are?), or a writer famous enough to enjoy a...
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