A few years ago, I was pretty much an amateur with my money – that is, until I discovered the personal finance world. These are just a few posts to help you get on your way to being an expert with your money.
If you’re trying to pay off your student loans fast, you need to be paying less towards interest. The easiest way to do this is to refinance your student loans and lower your interest rate. I refinanced my student loans from 6.8% all the way down to 1.9%. Read this post if you want to see exactly how I refinanced my student loans, the companies I used to do it, and how you can do the same.
We all need emergency funds as a buffer for when life happens, but where should you put that money? In this post, I walk you through exactly where I think your emergency fund should go. The great thing – if you follow this post, you’ll find out exactly how to maximize your emergency fund so that you’re getting a guaranteed 5% interest.
You know about emergency funds, but have you ever thought about creating a stupid mistakes fund? Unless you’ve never done anything stupid in your life, you’ll probably waste money at some point on things that you could’ve avoided. Don’t let that stupid mistake throw you off your money game. I’ll show you why a stupid mistakes fund can be the smartest thing you can do today.