If you want to be successful with money, you need to have a good money system in place. Your money system consists of all of the financial accounts and tools you use to keep your financial life in order – things like your checking accounts, savings accounts, and any fintech apps you might use. Once […]
A comprehensive list of gig economy apps, with strategies and thoughts on each. This is the ultimate list if you are looking to learn more about the gig economy.
One of the things I enjoy about the current state of the side hustling world is just how easy it is to fit various side hustles into your day-to-day life. We live in a really unique time in history where it’s actually possible to piecemeal a few bucks here and there whenever you want. When […]
Bank account bonuses can be a little bit intimidating. In this guide, I walk you through everything you need to know about bank bonuses.
One of the things I wish I had done differently was to not be in such a hurry to rush into a career. For some reason, when I was 22-years old, I felt like I had to figure out what I was supposed to do with my life right away, and that if I didn’t […]
One of the things that initially held me back with the whole credit card and travel hacking game is that I didn’t really understand where to begin. There was a lot of information that I needed to know if I wanted to play the game right and when you come in with no knowledge, it […]
Thank you for joining me for another edition of the Financial Panther side hustle report! As you can probably tell from reading the title of this post, August was a very lucrative side hustle month for me. In fact, it’s my highest side hustle income month to date. It’s months like this where I seriously […]
I’m sometimes convinced that the reason a lot of people become doctors or lawyers is due to the fact that the path to those jobs is laid out pretty well. There’s sort of a blueprint you can follow – go to college, get good grades, do well on some standardized tests, and so forth, and […]
Sometime not too long ago, my wife and I had lunch with my brother and a friend of his. It was our first time meeting this friend, so we got into all of the usual pleasantries that come with meeting someone – what do you do, where do you live, and other things like that. […]
While most people are earning 0.5% or less on the money they keep in the bank, I’m able to earn a rate of return that far exceeds that. Here are some of the many ways to get 5% interest savings accounts.