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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Rental Options for Drivers Under 25

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares a member story that highlights why RelayRides is the perfect option for Millennials to rent a car. Have you ever tried to rent a vehicle from a traditional car rental agency when you were under 25? It’s not pretty. Going through this ordeal is something that both RelayRides’ renter Katherine Hayden...
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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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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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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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Checklist: Things to Do If You Lose Your Job

Losing your job is tough. So, we asked RelayRides blogger and personal finance expert, Eric Rosenberg, for advice on how to manage unemployment. There are few things more terrifying to Americans than the dreaded pink slip. While mass layoffs are not big in the news these days, they are never over. The Bureau of Labor...
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Don’t Go On Your Summer Road Trip Until You Read This Post

With summer just around the corner, RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg wants to share his road trip check list: don’t hit the road without reading it! School years are coming to an end and summer vacation is just around the corner. Summer is a wonderful time of the year, and it is a great time to...
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Financial Savings Backfires

Saving and investing in your future are sound financial decisions; however, Eric Rosenberg shares ways financial savings can backfire. Are you saving too much cash? That is not something that many of us think about very often, along with other questions about over-investing and over-saving. It is great to save, but it is important to...
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5 Passive Ways to Make Money This Summer Break

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares 5 passive ways for people with free time this summer to make extra money. Something I wish I knew about when I went to college: passive income. You see, I was a crazy-busy college student who worked two part-time jobs (thankfully one was a federal study desk job at...
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How to Save on Travel During Peak Season

For those of us who have to vacation during the peak season, RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares tips on how to save money. One of the easiest ways to chop travel costs substantially is to travel during the off-season. In fact, my husband’s family does this each year when we book a large beach...
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