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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5 Assets That Deliver the Best Return on Investment

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg discusses which assets are worth the investment and deliver the highest returns. When most astute investors think about places to grow their money, they think of traditional investment ideas. Real estate and the stock market are common on the list, but there may be some assets with returns that surprise you...
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5 Travel Apps Guaranteed To Save You Cash

Just in time for the busy—and expensive—summer travel season, RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares 5 apps that will save you money on your vacation. I love travel. I love seeing new places in the world and trying new things. But travel can be expensive. For many, it is cost prohibitive. Rather than skipping travel because...
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Start Your Own Side-Hustle Today

RelayRides blogger Sydney Jarod reviews Kimberly Palmer’s new personal finance book, The Economy of You, which will help you make extra money in no time.  Do you have a side-job, or, as many people are referring to it, a side-hustle? More and more Americans are finding their inner hustler in the face of an uncertain...
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Make Money with Your Smart Phone

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg is addicted to his phone and loves finding interesting ways to make more money—here are a few of his favorite mobile apps for making cash. As our phones and devices become more important in our daily lives, some cunning developers have built smart phone apps for us to make a few...
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Enjoy Three-Day Weekends on a Shoestring Budget

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares tips for enjoying the upcoming MLK and Presidents’ Day three-day weekends without breaking the bank. Last fall my husband and I enjoyed a three-day weekend for a total of $167.74. It was not glamorous by many people’s standards—we went camping along the Guadalupe River—but it sure was a lot of...
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Pay Off Your Student Loans in Half the Time

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg paid off his student loans two years after graduating. Here are his tips on paying off your loans quickly and easily. Students are graduating from college with increasing student loan debt. In 2012, the total student loan debt outstanding in the United States passed $1 trillion. I paid of my fair...
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Change Your Life with Unconventional New Year’s Resolutions

RelayRides blogger Grayson Bell isn’t one to make a run-of-the-mill New Year’s resolution, so he has shared his bold resolutions that will change your life.  The New Year is here, and yet so many of us have either not made any New Year’s resolutions, or have gone with the same-old conventional resolutions—lose weight, pay off...
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Peer-to-Peer Rentals Beat Rental Agencies Throughout the US

RelayRides blogger Grayson Bell shares more about how RelayRides beats traditional rental car companies with a breakdown of savings in key markets. Following up on the “3 Reasons Peer-to-Peer Car Sharing Beats Rental Car Agencies” article, we are going to break down some key markets and show you how much you can save when renting...
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5 Easy Ways to Improve Your Next Business Trip

RelayRides blogger and traveling-man, Grayson Bell, shares some simple ways for you to improve your business travel. If you have ever been on a business trip before, then you know how hectic they can be.  The trips are usually a day or two with a full schedule.  You have to buy plane tickets, rent a car,...
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