by The Frugal Tourist | Apr 4, 2021 | Financial Independence, UncategorizedManaging and budgeting money is a difficult task for most people, leading to financial problems later on. You can avoid debt and develop a saving culture by simply adopting a simple personal financial management system. There are plenty of apps available nowadays that can help you with all sorts of issues such as budgeting, saving, investing, etc. All you need to do is find the right app for the problem you have at hand. In our list below, we take a look at the best personal finance software apps that you can download and use for your everyday needs.
by Adam Fortuna | Mar 20, 2021 | Financial IndependenceAre you one of the millions of Americans who are currently rethinking their finances? If you want to reset and reevaluate not only your money but what your life will be after the pandemic, there are ways to bring it all into balance without feeling deprived. The pandemic dramatically and immediately changed the speed of our treadmill. You can choose to permanently slow it down and live a more simple life now and in the future. Let's look at 20 ways to nudge your mindset in a new direction.
by Marjolein | Mar 12, 2021 | Financial Independence, Frugal TIpsAsking yourself how much rent you can afford is the first step when you plan to find a new home. Answering this question can be the starting point to deciding where you want to live and what kind of place you want to rent. This blog post will walk you through each factor that you need to consider in determining how much can you afford in rent in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.
by The Frugal Tourist | Feb 3, 2021 | Financial IndependenceReceiving bank bonuses is one of my favorite ways of earning passive income. As a matter of fact, I try to participate in several offers year after year. As a result, the profit I earn immediately gets diverted to either my emergency fund, travel bucket, or retirement accounts. In this blog post, I'll take a closer look into BBVA's current bank offers.
by Kristian Borghesan | Feb 2, 2021 | Financial Independence, Side Hustles2020 was a year like no other. We’re looking forward to leaving the past year behind and having a fresh start in 2021. And there is no better time than the New Year to start making changes in your life and create new financial habits. If you want to change your financial picture, you need to begin by setting realistic financial goals. Whether you’re hoping to increase your retirement savings, set enough money aside for a down payment on a house, or grow your annual income, there's no better time to start than in a new year. Kristian Borghesan, from Savology.com, shares his tips for a more financially-sound 2021!
by The Frugal Tourist | Jan 25, 2021 | Financial Independence, Frugal TIpsReceiving bank bonuses is one of my favorite ways of earning passive income. In simple terms, you put your saved money to work by capitalizing on these bank promotions, so your cash multiplies without much effort. In this blog post, I will go over the steps on how you can potentially earn $600 with HSBC's latest generous promotion. Expires January 31, 2021.