Personal Finance

18
Mar
How Much Do I Need to Retire?

This guide provides insight into how much income you should save for a financially secure retirement. The amount will depend on a variety of factors including where you live, your spending, and more.

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14
Mar
Moneyspire Review

Moneyspire is financial management software you can use on a Mac or PC to manage your money. The software helps you make a budget, forecast your account balances, monitor transactions, and see what you're spending.

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13
Mar
What You Need to Know About Physician Mortgage Loans

Physician mortgage loans help doctors with high student loan balances obtain home loans. These loans typically have less stringent requirements in terms of debt-to-income ratio and required down payment compared with conventional mortgages.

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12
Mar
How to Make Money Fast

If you’re living paycheck to paycheck, or just looking to earn extra money, you’re not alone. Luckily, making extra money on the side is well within reach for many Americans. From lucrative side hustles to earning a few bucks with survey apps, you have options.

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12
Mar
How to Save on Halloween

With the cost of Halloween continuing to rise for many families, it can be valuable to look for opportunities to save. There are different options to save on candy, costumes, and decorations including coupons, repurposing old items, and searching for deals.

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12
Mar
Who is Paying For College? It Might Depend On Race or Institution

With over 13,000 answers from current college students, LendEDU analyzed how much responsibility students bear in paying for college and broke the data down by race, gender, school, region, and major.

Posted in: Financial Aid, Personal Finance, Reports, Student Loans,
07
Mar
EveryDollar Review

If you’re looking for a no-frills budgeting solution, EveryDollar could be the right choice for you. It’s simple budgeting software that can help users take control of their finances, get out of debt, and save money.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
06
Mar
Moneydance Review

If you’re a Mac user looking for a budgeting software alternative to Quicken, Moneydance may be right up your alley. Moneydance lets your track your budget, pay your bills, manage your investments, and track your finances all in one easy-to-use platform.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
04
Mar
Mvelopes Review

Mvelopes is an online envelope budgeting program that can help keep your finances on track. Instead of dealing with a pile of actual envelopes for different funds at home, you can do it all digitally.

Posted in: Personal Finance,
26
Feb
On Average, Raising a Child Costs $13,186 in First Year

In a survey of 1,000 parents, LendEDU put some data behind the financial commitment that comes with raising a newborn baby.

Posted in: Personal Finance, Reports,