Get Free Personal and Business Credit Scores at Nav.com

  Learning more about your business credit is not as simple as it is for your personal credit. It's a totally different system for business credit and there are fewer services available for checking it. Thankfully, Nav.com has come along to help small business owners (and individuals) better understand their credit. As you'll see, Nav has premium offerings to consider, but even their basic service allows you to check your … [Read more...]

TaxSlayer Review for 2020: Easy to Use and Fast Refund

  It’s true--most people don’t enjoy doing their taxes. But with the right tax filing software, it can at least be quick and straightforward. If you’re searching for an accurate and inexpensive solution, TaxSlayer is a good option. If you've thought about doing your own taxes this year, you’ve probably looked at different tax preparation software. Before deciding on how you will file your taxes, it’s good to take a look at … [Read more...]

ABLEnow: Accounts for People with Disabilities

Several years ago, my best friend Erika gave birth to a gorgeous baby boy she and her husband named Isaac. Fifteen months later, Isaac was diagnosed with autism. While the diagnosis offered the family some reassuring context for why Isaac reacted to the world the way he did, it was also a difficult time. It was clear that this baby's future would be different from what the family had hoped for him. Isaac is a teenager now. As … [Read more...]

Bestow Review: Term Life Insurance in Minutes

  If you've ever gone through the traditional route for finding life insurance, you know the headaches built into the process. Things like high-pressure sales, struggling to compare apples to apples among products, a mandatory physical exam, and excessive paperwork. Online life insurance brokers have made it easier to shop for quotes, compare rates, and avoid hard-selling insurance agents. But they haven't been able to … [Read more...]

Christian Healthcare Ministries Review: Save Thousands Per Year on Healthcare

Christian Healthcare Ministries is a healthcare sharing ministry in which members can share medical costs while staying faithful to Christian beliefs and biblical principles. Although companies such as CHM have been around for decades, these companies are less-known because traditional health insurance is standard in the United States. Christian Healthcare Ministries is an affordable alternative to traditional health insurance. … [Read more...]

How to Get Sideline Passes for NFL Games (Our Exclusive Team Experience with Barclaycard)

This experience was sponsored by Barclaycard. However, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Wouldn't it be cool to be on the sidelines at an NFL game? This could be a dream-come-true experience, especially for long-time or young fans. Who doesn't want to get close to their heroes down on the field? I'd love to one day bring my kid(s) down on the field. Not many people get to experience being that close to the … [Read more...]

The Top 40 Personal Finance Podcasts (Listen & Win the Money Game)

Do you have a long commute to work? It's hard to not feel like you are wasting valuable time going back and forth from work. But you can make the time fly by and improve your finances by listening to the top personal finance podcasts. After living in two major metropolitan areas and having to patiently ride out the commute each day I know how draining and stressful it can be. That said, since discovering podcasts I often look … [Read more...]

7 Strategies to Save You Thousands Each Year in Taxes (Year-End Tax Planning)

It's time once again to start giving some thought to paying taxes. Who's excited? Okay, even though it may feel like a chore it's wise to do a little analysis at the end of the year to see if there are any year-end tax planning moves you need to make. Remember, corporate returns are due on March 16, 2020. Personal tax returns are due on Wednesday, April 15, 2020. This is the last day to file taxes on time, but you can file your … [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 … [Read more...]

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

Editor's Note: We've received a large number of negative comments about Liberty Healthshare. If you're looking for another option, we recommend Medishare. Read our review of Medishare. 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 … [Read more...]

Betterment vs. Vanguard: Both are Great, but Which is Best for You?

Betterment and Vanguard have each positioned themselves as leaders in the passive investing movement. I’ve used both of these companies for years now and can wholeheartedly recommend both. I currently have more invested with Vanguard than Betterment. But which one is a better fit for your money? Betterment is a robo-advisor offering an automated service that builds customized portfolios to match your risk tolerance. This company … [Read more...]

Protect Your Family and Enter to Win $50,000 with USAA Life Insurance

This post is brought to you by USAA. While this is a sponsored post, all content and opinions expressed here are my own. Life insurance can get a bit of a bad rap. It can feel like a major downer to think about the possibility of dying and leaving your family financially unprepared. Then there is the stereotype of hard-selling insurance agents (like Ned Ryerson who tries so hard to sell Bill Murray a policy in Groundhog … [Read more...]