Dear Penny: Do I Freeze My Eggs for $8K if I Haven’t Met Mr. Right?

Dear Penny, I’m a 37-year-old female who wants kids. Just after the holidays, I ended a six-year relationship with a man I loved dearly because he decided he didn’t want children. I’m one of four kids and the only one…

How to Manage Your Finances if You’re in the Sandwich Generation

Saving for financial goals such as retirement and buying a house is hard enough. The so-called “sandwich generation” has the added struggle of trying to manage priorities: caring for aging parents while saving for their own goals. The sandwich generation…

A Penny Date Is a Cheap Way to Spend Time With Your Valentine

It’s nearly Valentine’s Day, which means it’s almost time to blow an entire paycheck on a dozen long-stem roses, a six-foot-tall teddy bear and a rare, perfectly aged bottle of Champagne.  And don’t forget to make a reservation for that…

5 Unique Ways College Entrepreneurs Can Earn a Great Side Income

College kids wanting to make extra money can always drive for Uber or deliver food for DoorDash, Grubhub or similar apps. They can also bus tables, wait tables, work in commercial kitchens or provide childcare, of course. But traditional jobs…

Here’s How to Get Started With Comic Book Investing

You may have heard stories of people cleaning out attics to find older comic books they then sold at a hefty profit. That does happen — but it’s not just older books that are becoming valuable. Even comic books from…

CareerGig Releases Report on the Insurance and Benefits Coverage Gap for Freelancers and Gig Workers

CareerGig announced the release of a timely and relevant new report entitled “Freelancers and the Benefits Gap: 2021” which comprises research done with active freelancers and their insurance coverage. ARLINGTON, VA. (PRWEB) FEBRUARY 09, 2021 CareerGig announced the release of a…

Mvelopes Review: Digitize the Cash Envelope Method With This App

The cash envelope budgeting method can be a very effective way to control your spending. The premise is simple. You come up with spending limits for your variable expenses, like groceries, eating out or entertainment. Next, you fill up envelopes…