11 Money Pros Share Their Best Tip – Ally Bank’s #6SecondFinance

What’s your best personal finance tip? That’s the question posed to 10 money pros (and me) this weekend at #FinCon13 by the team at Ally Bank. Ally Bank was an exhibitor and took the opportunity to run a couple of social media initiatives – one of which was #6secondfinance – where bloggers were invited to […]

Quick Money Tips: Making Extra Money

In today’s edition, we take a look at making extra money on the side. There is usually a reason to want or need extra income. Times may be tough and you don’t like living paycheck to paycheck. Maybe you really want to pay off that last credit card. Or do you need to save up […]

Quick Money Tips: Life After Retirement

In today’s edition, we take a look at life after retirement. Many people look forward to retirement as a time to relax, travel, and be your own boss. It is a goal you work toward your entire adult life and something to enjoy. However, for many retirees, coming home from work and never going back […]

Quick Money Tips: Jobs in a Tough Economy

In today’s edition, we take a look at finding jobs in a tough economy. There seems to be a certain expectation in our society to have a fulfilling job, a job that means more than just a paycheck. But when you need to pay the bills it really can be just about the paycheck. It isn’t […]

Quick Money Tips: Break Free of Materialism

In today’s edition, we take a look at materialism. It’s one thing to want to steward your money well so that you can live a comfortable life. But we need to deal with the root problem that got us into so much debt to begin with: our addiction to material goods. Are you amassing so […]

Quick Money Tips: The Psychology of Money

In today’s edition, we take a look at the psychology of money. Some people think that if they just had “x” amount more money or if they were debt free or had a different job or were financially independent, then they would be happy. But would you really? There’s no doubt that there is a […]

Quick Money Tips: New Bank Fees to Watch Out For

In today’s edition, we take a look at the banking industry. Not bailouts. I’m talking about the fees that consumers are seeing more and more as they study their bank statements and ATM receipts. Which fees are worth raising a ruckus over and which ones are here to stay? Well, read what the experts are […]

Quick Money Tips: Part-Time Jobs with Discounts and Perks

In today’s edition, we take a look at how the job landscape has changed. Less full-time jobs mean more people have to look to one or more part-time jobs to make ends meet. And this isn’t just about people losing jobs, it’s a trend for recent college graduates, as well. Millennials are going to college […]

Quick Money Tips: Best Cities to Start a Business

In today’s edition, we take a look at how to start a business.  Do you find yourself mulling it over from time to time, thinking about how one day you’re going to stop working for The Man and start working for your self? Or have you already begun the process of creating your own business […]

Quick Money Post: Full Text of the Fiscal Cliff Bill: The American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012

In today’s edition, we take a look at the Fiscal Cliff Bill (technically known as the American Taxpayer Relief Act of 2012). We’ve included the entire document below, but we realize that most of you just want to know what the bottom line is for you and your family. We’ve got you covered. Here are […]

Quick Money Tips: The Evolving Part-Time Job

In today’s edition, we look at the evolution of the part-time job. The part-time job, for the sake of getting ahead financially (i.e. becoming debt-free sooner), is a great idea. But nowadays, more and more people are having to turn to part-time jobs because it’s their only option: College graduates are settling for these jobs […]

Quick Money Tips: Living Below Your Means

Welcome to PT Money’s Quick Money Tips, a roundup of the latest and greatest money tips from around Internet. In today’s edition, we look at living below your means–whether that is being less wasteful or avoiding bad loans or other ways to keep a tighter rein on spending. Living below your means is one of […]