Money@30

The Career and Financial Journey of My 30s

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Stop What You're Doing and Check Your Credit Report

In case you somehow haven't heard by now, Equifax — one of the three major credit bureaus — has announced that it was the victim of a cyber attack. As a result, a reported 143 million Equifax customers have had their data compromised. Of course, "customer" is used loosely in this...

Top 5 Tips for Writing and Publishing a Book

As I recently announced, I've finally gotten around to putting everything I've learned about writing and publishing your own book into one place: a new ebook titled Write, Print, Publish, Promote. In that book, I cover the entire process from idea to product, which can be quite a journey. With that in...

Turn Your Word Document Into an Ebook with Calibre

Over the past few years, e-publishing has grown tremendously as numerous authors have discovered the ease of releasing their titles on Amazon, iBooks, and other ebook retailers. Not only do ebooks give you the ability to share your work with readers easily and efficiently but can also save you a...

Save Big on Streaming With These New Partnerships

With so many streaming services out there these days, cutting the cord and ditching cable could actually cost you more in the long run. Luckily, if this week is anything to judge by, there are a growing number of ways for consumers to get great discounts on these entertainment platforms thanks to some emerging partnerships. Let's hope we see some more of these types of deals real soon!

Money-Saving Grocery Shopping Tips and 3 Frugal Meal Ideas

Buying groceries as opposed to eating out all the time is already a fiscal win — but why stop there? By utilizing digital coupons, being smart about where you shop, and stocking up on the right items, you can save even more money on groceries. Plus, with a few tasty and thrifty recipes in your repertoire, you can enjoy the flavor and fun of eating out without the expense.

Amazon's Whole Foods Acquisition is Sweet for Consumers

At this point, it seems up in the air as to whether Whole Foods will actually become a more affordable specialty store akin to Trader Joe's, but there's still reason for shoppers to celebrate. For one, hardcore Whole Foods fans — including those with dietary restrictions that the chain often caters to — may now find their grocery bills coming in a bit lower.