Personal Finance

Understanding the Math Behind the Mortgage

July 6, 2015

This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Chase for IZEA. All opinions are 100% mine. Part of the American dream is to own a home. However, many people that would love to be homeowners have yet to make the decision to stop renting, and buy a house of their own. The […]

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Experience the Big Apple on a Budget

June 29, 2015
Big Apple on a Budget

According to the official website of New York City, the city saw 54.3 million visitors in 2013, with an expected overall economic impact of $58.7 billion. Lonely Planet shows midrange New York City hotels running upward of $300 a night and dinner for two ranging around $130, depending on the restaurant. Despite New York’s reputation […]

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Timing is Everything: When to make your Move

June 26, 2015
Moving is Everything

Whether you’re moving a few neighborhoods away or across the entire country, relocating is never a minor decision. Figure out the best timing with a few tips: Consider All Elements You have so many things to think about when moving that it’s easy to get bogged down with the minutiae. You might become so fixated […]

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5 Innovative Money Making Tips

June 23, 2015
Money Making Tips

In recent years there has been a notable rise in young people falling into debt. With increasing living costs and astronomical renting prices, it’s of little surprise so many young people in the UK find themselves struggling with debt at one point or another. In fact 600,000 people aged 18-25 contacted debt charity, StepChange in […]

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9 Monthly Subscriptions to Test Drive

June 8, 2015
Monthly subscriptions

There’s a ton of hype regarding subscription boxes and services and how they can simplify your life. But with so many options to choose from, it’s difficult to know what best suits your needs. As you continue your quest to find your ideal subscriptions, take a look at some of the most popular in health, […]

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Dealing with Bankruptcy: Before, During, After

June 3, 2015
Dealing With Bankruptcy

First things first: unlike what most of us were taught growing up, there is no shame in declaring bankruptcy. Life happens. It is not always completely and totally under our control and sometimes parts of it–like our finances–get away from us. In this article we are going to talk about bankruptcy: what it is, how […]

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How Living at Home During College Saves You Money

May 20, 2015
Living at Home

Trying to save as much money on college as possible? One of the easiest ways to do college on the cheap is commute while continuing to live at home. I know, this doesn’t sound particularly fun. College is supposed to be about leaving your parents (and possibly friends) behind, becoming independent, and making important discoveries […]

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