Fundrise is one of the best real estate investing sites available for smaller investors, and a pioneer of crowdfunded real estate investing. Here’s a review.
These Bible verses have given me hope in the midst of adversity, struggle and hardship. I’m hoping that they can give you some encouragement as well.
On this Memorial Day weekend, thank you to our veterans, and thank you to those who have already paid the ultimate price. You won’t be forgotten.
Trim is a free service that helps you to save money by canceling unused subscriptions, negotiating lower costs, automating savings and more.
Ibotta app is a legitimate and easy way to save money. Here’s how you can leverage the cash rebates found in the app to save up hundreds per year!
Being an Airbnb host is a good way to bring in income on the side. Here’s how to get started as a host, and some things you can do to become a “superhost”.
Having a baby can be a stressful time, there are so many things to worry about and so much of it is out of your control. Here’s a list of things you should do right away when you’ve had a baby.
Personal Capital gives you one convenient and secure software where you can manage your entire financial life, including your investments. Here’s a review.
We decided that becoming parents for the second time was a good excuse to declutter our house. Here’s how we got rid of all the stuff.
Honey and their chrome and firefox extensions will help you to find discounts and cash back on the items you buy, automatically, with little to no effort on your part. Let’s take a look at this cash saving tool.
Tiller Money is a personal finance app that helps you to create customized Google Sheets spreadsheets that are automatically updated from your linked financial accounts. Here’s why it might just be the budgeting tool you were looking for.
This week we saw a 1000+ point drop in the Dow Jones Industrial Average, the largest 1-day point drop in DOW history. Should it affect your investing decisions?
Bible Money Matters has been live on the Internet for over 10 years! I can’t tell you how thankful I am that so many of you have spent so much time with us over the years. Here’s a look back at the last decade.
Stash Invest is a mobile app that allows new investors to start investing with as little as $5. Here’s a review and a look at how they can help you to jump start your retirement savings.