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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Key Financial Insights from FinCon 2014

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shares with you key financial insights from the only financial blogger’s conference, FinCon. As a personal financial blogger, each year I set aside the money and time to attend the only Financial Blogger’s Conference: FinCon. This year was no different. Over 700 people in the personal finance sphere (blogs, media, advertisers, etc.)...
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5 Financial Tips for 30-Somethings

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman shows you how to take full advantage of this wealth-building decade in your life. Maybe your 20s left you at zero net worth (heck, maybe you’re still in the negative!). But I’ve got some exciting news for you: this is your decade of financial catch-up and wealth-building. You’re likely no longer at...
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High Quality Car Photos Could Earn You 50% More

RelayRides Data Scientist Charles Durand shares the details on turning your car into even more cash. A great, high quality picture of your car can increase your earnings by up to 50%. If you are already a RelayRides member, and we hope you are, or are considering listing your car, you might not think twice...
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When Is It Worth It To Splurge on Luxury Goods?

When is the best time to splurge on high-end goods? RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg shares when it is best to choose the deal, or to buy the top-shelf item. Your TV died. Bummer. I’ve been there before. Whether it is a TV or anything else around the house, we always have a decision to make...
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5 Things to Know Before Picking an Auto Loan

Considering a car loan? Eric Rosenberg, a former loan manager at a bank, shares information you need to know before you take out a loan. I remember the first time I drove home in my new car. That new car smell. The freedom to drive wherever I wanted. The knowledge that I owed $12,000 to...
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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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Dude, Your Car is Ripping you off

RelayRides blogger Eric Rosenberg explains how changes in how we use are cars are making them assets that are ripping us off as well as how to remedy this. Once upon a time, people viewed their car as part of the family. Some relics of those days are still around. A friend gives their car a name...
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4 Ways to Make Extra Cash in College

RelayRides blogger Amanda L. Grossman explains how to finance your education easily with these great tips. I had a lot of “odd jobs” in college. The most normal one was my federal work study job as a library desk assistant at $5.15 per hour. Then on Saturdays, I would pick up a group of Amish people...
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