5 Ways to Clean Up Your Budget and Get Back on Track

Remember your budget? You know, that spreadsheet that’s been collecting dust? That app you haven’t logged into in months? If this sounds like you, your budget could use a little attention. Don’t just spend the spring deep cleaning your house…

Can Translation Work Provide a Decent Side Income?

Do you work freelance? If so, it’s likely that you’re used to juggling clients and income streams. And if you speak more than one language fluently, it’s possible that translation could become one of those sources of income. Below, we’ll…

Sell Used Clothes to These 6 Stores to Make Money. Here’s How

Do me a favor and take a quick look in your closet. Overflowing, right? Well, there’s a solution to that problem: selling your used clothes. It’s a win-win, and you don’t have to wait for a spring-cleaning binge to get…

This Map Shows Exactly What Your State Pays Unemployed Workers

Depending on which unemployment program you’re on and where you live, you can expect about $490 to $800 per week from jobless benefits, according to a new analysis of unemployment benefits data conducted by The Penny Hoarder. That won’t change…

What to Do With Overripe Bananas: 15 Easy Recipes to Try

If the produce section was high school, the banana would be your high school sweetheart. Banana is the total package: delicious, nutritious and versatile. He’s the most popular fruit consumed in the U.S., and while he may have a tough…

Here’s How to Find Housing on Facebook

Even in the best of times, meeting strangers to select an affordable place to live can be difficult. You never know if, at best, your potential landlord or roommate will be a scammer, or at worst, a murderer. Throw a…

Save Money on Movies and More With These Free Library Apps

You don’t have to be a nerd to appreciate the hidden world of virtual resources, which are offered by many U.S. public libraries. Do you want to stream music, movies and audiobooks? Check out a hundred magazines? Learn a new…

Change Your Clock, Change Your Battery for Daylight Savings Time

Sorry, folks. We’re losing an hour of time this weekend whether we like it or not. Daylight Saving Time begins Sunday, March 14, 2021. That means most of us in the U.S. have to move our clocks ahead one hour…

Best Strategies to Find Top Talent in 2021

By Ariana Shannon Your company’s growth is only as strong as the quality of talent you hire. Sure, technology significantly adds to a company’s ability to grow and perform well. But you need the right people to plan and execute…