Affordable Getaways this 4th of July

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares affordable options for making the most of your 4th of July, three-day weekend. July 4th falls on a Friday this year, making it a three-day weekend for many. This is the perfect time to plan a little getaway with your family. And if you’re on a budget—like most of us are—you...
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The Most Inexpensive Cars to Own

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg found the lowest cost new cars to own. Buy one and turn it into into profit by renting it on RelayRides. There is no secret that smaller cars use less fuel than big cars, but knowing the best car to buy if you want a big car is not always an easy...
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We’re Celebrating By Giving You $20 Off Your Next Trip

RelayRides CEO, Andre Haddad, shares an important company update as well as a special promotion to celebrate the July 4th holiday. Today, I am incredibly excited to announce that RelayRides has raised $25 million in Series B funding led by our newest investor, Canaan Partners. To celebrate this major milestone for the company and to...
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How to Manage Financial Debt After Graduation

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg paid off his entire private university MBA student debt two years after graduation—here’s how. This time of year is great for many reasons. The weather is getting warmer. Days are getting longer. And students around the school are starting their summer vacations. As new graduates celebrate beginning the next phase of...
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Will the App Automatic Change the Way You Drive?

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg reviews the Automatic app and explains why it may be worth purchasing. What Is Automatic? Automatic is an app and hardware tool that plugs into your car to give your more information about your car’s health and your driving style. Nearly every car built since 1996 has an ODB port, or...
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Finding the Money to Fund Your Passion

RelayRides blogger and personal finance expert, Amanda L. Grossman, shares a member story about how you can help fund your passion with an easy side gig. Each of us has something we are passionate about. For some, it’s following a football team or something else that is relatively cheap such as riding bicycles. For others, it’s...
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How Personal Finance is Different for Millennial

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg is a Millennial who takes personal finances very seriously. It is easier than ever to use free resources online with the click of a button. If you were born between the early 1980s and early 2000s, you get the mixed blessings of being born into the Millennial Generation. While Millennials have...
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5 Ways to Treat Dad on the Cheap This Father’s Day

Father’s day is coming up soon, and RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg has some great ideas for fun with Dad on a budget. Father’s day is coming up quick, and all over the country we are thinking of ways to make our Dad happy on his big day. While the day has gained a reputation as...
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How to Road Trip with Kids in Tow

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares affordable options for making your next road trip with the kids a memorable one (in a good way). Have you decided that instead of watching National Lampoon’s Vacation for the umpteenth time, it’s time to actually take your own family on a road trip adventure? If you’ve got the kiddos in...
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How to Stay Financially Afloat During Your First Job

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares tips for how to stay financially afloat during your first job. You’ve scored your first job out of college. Bravo, you! Getting a job right out of college, and specifically in this economy, is something to celebrate. And while your first paycheck might feel like a huge amount of...
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