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The post Southwest Visa Credit Card Review: Free Companion Pass is Back appeared first on Club Thrifty. If you love traveling throughout the U.S. and Caribbean, a Southwest Visa card might be for you. Offering easy to earn points that translate into free and reduced airfare, these are some of my favorite airline cards around. Southwest Airlines has long been known for low fares and great service. With destinations throughout Mexico, the Caribbean, and Hawaii, it’s a […]

Could you use an extra $1000 a month? For many people, learning how to make an extra 1000 dollars a month could mean the difference between barely scraping by and putting money away for retirement. If you break it down, an extra $1,000 per month is about $33 per day or $12,000 per year. That … Read more

With the average yearly tuition cost of Ivy League schools reaching $60,000 a year, it begs an important question: Are Ivy League schools worth it? There is no question that top-ranked universities look good on the resume. They also have state-of-the-art facilities, world-renowned faculty, and access to a wide range of academic and extracurricular programs. Additionally, the distinction of attending an Ivy League school can open doors for graduates in terms of employment and networking […]

As Upgrade loan reviews tend to range widely, we decided to take a closer look at this company’s product and service and find out if they are the best place to get personal loans. Like all lenders, factors like your credit score, loan amount, and your verifiable bank account and income will play a role in if you qualify for Upgrade personal loans. Yet, there is much to learn about this lender before you make […]

Several celebrities are both in the acting business and music industries. So which celebrity is both an actor and a musician best at BOTH? After polling the internet, these are the top-voted responses. 1. Cher Image Credit: Shutterstock – Tinseltown “I remember when Cher started appearing in movies – people laughed at her. They thought of her as a silly pop star with a TV show. She proved them wrong over and over again,” someone […]

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What is the worst TV show you have sat through hoping it would get better but didn’t? I’ll go first, Superstore. I’m sure it’s hilarious because so many insist it is, but I didn’t find the appeal. After someone asked the internet for their examples, these are the top-voted series. 1. Westworld (2016 – 2022) Image Credit: HBO One suggested, “Only from season two onwards. Season one was so good; the creators should have ended it […]

IT’S THE BITCHES GET RICHES PODCAST SEASON FINALE! That’s right, Bitch Nation. Our twelve-episode season has come to an end and we’re so grateful you’ve stuck with us for it all. And if you haven’t, then you’re dead to us. We value loyalty very highly. Don’t tell us you’re getting your dick jokes about money somewhere else. This is the episode in which we become the dating advice column we’ve always wanted to be. Enough […]

Money Meets Medicine Podcast Should a Doctor Go Into Academics or Private Practice? Apple Podcasts Spotify Podcasts Google Podcasts In medicine, there’s a classic debate about pursuing academic jobs versus pursuing private practice: which category should a physician commit to? Admittedly, a lot of the debate focuses on the financial aspect and how that can affect the decision-making process. And of course, as a podcast focused on the power of well-managed money, we know finances […]

Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) payments are provided to eligible low-income seniors who receive the Old Age Security (OAS) pension. This monthly benefit is tax-free and starts at age 65. There are several qualification requirements for the GIS, including a maximum income threshold. What Income is Used to Calculate GIS? To qualify for the GIS, your … Read more The post What is the Maximum Income to Qualify for GIS in 2023 appeared first on Savvy […]

How do you make financial decisions equitable when you’re in a relationship? I recently worked with a client, a single woman, and she and her boyfriend were just about ready to move in together. They both owned their own homes, and he sold his home to move into her home. The boyfriend was planning on giving my client about $1,200 per month to cover costs.  My client was concerned that because he doesn’t have his […]

If you’re a fan of the hit sandbox game Minecraft, then you know it is available for download on mobile devices like iOS and Android. However, if you want to experience its full potential, you can now get the Pocket Edition for PC download. This article will discuss about Minecraft Pocket Edition PC download. We will also cover tips and tricks on making the most out of your gaming experience with this edition of the […]

Most people wish they had more money. Whether it is to pursue their passions, travel more, quit their stressful job, live a more comfortable lifestyle, or because you need money now, dreams of wealth permeate the minds of many. But what if I told you that the wealth you’re dreaming of wasn’t as far away as you imagine? That you too could become independently wealthy with a plan, persistence, and patience? The truth is, being […]

This post may contain affiliate links. For more info read my disclosure.  Going to college is an investment in your future, but it can also be expensive. However, with saving, you can reduce the burden of student loan debt, provide financial security, and pursue higher education opportunities.  With the cost of tuition and other expenses rising, having savings can also provide peace of mind and ensure that you are better prepared for the future.  ​By starting […]