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…

25 Fun Staycation Ideas That Won’t Break the Bank

It’s no secret that planning a staycation instead of a vacation is a money-saving move. You don’t have to shell out money for plane tickets and a rental car. You can sleep in your own bed rather than book a…

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…

These Enterprising Students Show How to Start a Food Delivery Business

Instead of turning to Uber, Lyft, DoorDash or Grubhub, these college students started their own food delivery businesses to make money and show their entrepreneurial expertise to potential employers. Two met a demand created by the COVID-19 pandemic, while two…

What to Do If You Have an Eviction on Your Record

The best way to deal with an eviction is to fight it before you’re forced to leave your home. Not everyone who fights will win, though. And after you’re evicted, the nightmare isn’t over. Having an eviction on your record…

‘Napkin Finance’ Review: 4 Things I Learned From This Book

As a bookworm and a personal finance nerd, I love reading a good book about money. That’s why I was so excited when The Penny Hoarder launched a virtual book club in January to read and discuss personal finance books.…

The Budget Mom’s Secret: Managing Money Her Own Way

Editor’s note: This story was originally published in June 2019. Kumiko Love is known online by the moniker The Budget Mom, but money management didn’t always come naturally to her. Having a finance degree didn’t make her immune to money…

8 Black Financial Influencers to Follow in Honor of Black History Month

February is Black History Month, a time to acknowledge and reflect on the achievements Black people have made to American society. We’d like to recognize Black History Month by highlighting several Black influencers who enrich the personal finance arena with…

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…

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