BANKRUPTCY NEWS AND ARTICLES


Apr 24, 2019 Freelancer Money Woes: How to Beat Them
You’ve most likely come across those idealized depictions of the freelance life: Working out of a hammock on the pristine, white sands of a beach in Bali. Typing away on an assignment while balancing a small child on your knee.... Full Story The p...
Apr 23, 2019 Living Paycheck to Paycheck: How to Break the Cycle
Living paycheck to paycheck can feel like an endless scramble. Rent is due on the first but your paycheck won’t clear until the second. On top of everything, you need to pay for groceries, a bus ticket, and utilities before... Full Story The post ...
Apr 23, 2019 What You Need to Know About Savings
Managing your savings is a skill developed over time. As with all things, it’s always best to start small. What exactly is saving? A savings account and the act of saving are not quite the same. Saving — the verb... Full Story The post What You Ne...
Apr 23, 2019 How to Embrace the Splurge to Save Your Spending Plan
No matter how financially savvy or frugal you are, nobody is immune to the occasional splurge. Whether it’s an outfit that has caught your eye or a sleek, new gadget, we might go against our best judgment and spend more... Full Story The pos...
Apr 19, 2019 How Mint is Helping Users Prevent Overdraft Fees
An overdraft fee can be a headache and often one of the most expensive fees from a bank. Minters, there’s a good chance that at some point in the last year, you have seen the dreaded “NSF Fee” transaction on... Full Story The post How Mint is Help...
Apr 18, 2019 Healthy Food on a Budget
This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of Mint opinions and text are all mine.  While I love making healthy recipes, I often get messages from people who think that eating healthy is expensive. To some degree, I can... Full Story...
Apr 17, 2019 Having a Baby? These Are Just Some of the Expenses
Whether you’re planning to get pregnant or already there, there are financial expenses you should be thinking about that will affect your day-to-day cash flow.  These little bundles of joy are priceless, but expensive. If you aren’t constant...
Apr 16, 2019 What Your Myers-Briggs Personality Type Means for Your Wallet
Personality tests are used to give us insights on how we perceive the world, how we interact with others, and how we make decisions. Whether you believe in them or not, personality tests are a big hit with relationship experts,... Full Story The p...
Apr 16, 2019 41 Percent of Americans Pinch Pennies When Dining Out With Friends:...
Technology has transformed the way we dine out in groups. Gone are the days when friends take turns treating each other to nights on the town. Now that apps make money accessible everywhere, tabs are paid down to the cent... Full Story The post 41...
Apr 16, 2019 The Five Easiest Ways to Save Money
As someone deeply involved in the personal finance world, I’ve noticed a trend developing over the last decade or so. People are taking frugality way, way too far. It started with extreme couponing, then came DIY culture and the side... Full Story...
Apr 15, 2019 7 Ways To Save Money While Traveling Abroad
When it comes to planning a trip or vacation, it can be exciting — yet sometimes it feels weirdly daunting and stressful. Travel is pricey, and the financial burden is often a big reason people forgo their PTO days or... Full Story The post 7 Ways...
Apr 12, 2019 5 Ways to Optimize Your Tax Refund
With tax day right around the corner, you may be wondering how best to use your tax refund. The average refund, according to the latest IRS data, comes in at $2,873—a good chunk of money that could help you make... Full Story The post 5 Ways to Op...
Apr 11, 2019 What is Decision Fatigue and How Can You Outsmart it?
Decision fatigue is the decline in energy and focus you experience after making too many decisions. This mental drain causes your brain to abandon your willpower in order to seek more immediate rewards, which leads to poor decision making and... F...
Apr 11, 2019 Want to Boost Financial Fitness? Start With the Easy or Big Wins
Starting your journey toward financial fitness can be overwhelming. If you take a gander at the Center for Financial Services and Innovation (CFSI)’s eight key indicators of financial health, which include spending less than your income, having su...