M1 Finance Review: The Free Robo Advisor YOU Control

If you've been fascinated with the idea of robo-advisors, but still prefer to go the do-it-yourself route, you need to check out M1 Finance. It’s a robo-advisor for sure, but one with a unique twist: you choose your own investments. That's the self-directed part. But once you choose your investments, you get all the benefits of a robo-advisor. M1 Finance then manages your portfolio for you, including periodic rebalancing and … [Read more...]

Personal Capital vs Mint: Which is Better for Understanding Your Investments?

Are you looking to get more control over your financial situation? Personal Capital and Mint both give you an overview of your spending and investments but in different ways. Mint is mostly an aggregator and budgeting app, while Personal Capital is mainly an aggregator and investment management platform--but also offers limited budgeting capabilities. Let's take a look at both services in detail, and see which will work better … [Read more...]

Start Investing for Only $5 with Stash Invest (Our Review)

Many people have trouble getting started investing. There are often high balance requirements that make it difficult to even open an account, let alone actually start investing. If you’ve been having difficulty getting out of the investment starting gate, you can get plenty of help through an app known as Stash Invest. Stash will enable you to invest in fully constructed investment portfolios that are consistent with your own … [Read more...]

Liberty HealthShare vs MediShare: Which One is Better for You?

With the explosion in the cost of health insurance in the past few years, Christian health sharing ministries are becoming increasingly popular. Two of the most popular are Liberty HealthShare and MediShare. Which is the better of the two? It really comes down to your personal circumstances, and the specific types of coverage that will work best for you and your family. In general, Liberty is better for monthly costs but … [Read more...]

Save Money on Healthcare Without Using Obamacare [Our 2019 Liberty HealthShare Review]

Stratospheric health insurance premiums have become practically cliche in recent years. So much so, that even eight years into the rollout of Obamacare, millions of Americans continue to go without health insurance. If you can get health insurance through your employer, that is usually the cheapest option. But if you are self employed it can be difficult to find affordable options. Christian health sharing ministries are one of … [Read more...]