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Hi. My name is Kyle Burbank and I’m a Millennial. Yes, I say this like it’s some sort of healing admission given the bad rap my generation has endured in recent years. You know — the talk about how anyone under 35 is lazy, entitled, and doesn’t even know how...

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Travel Tuesday: Wally's — Is the Mega Gas Station Better than Buc-ee's?

A few months back, I shared my experience visiting a Buc-ee's for the first time when on a road trip to Florida. Well, this past weekend, my wife and I headed up to Chicago for C2E2. Along the way, we noticed a large gas station called Wally's, which seemed to...

Southwest Has Eliminated Expiration Dates for Flight Credits

I'll admit that, historically, I've not been a huge fan of flying Southwest. This distaste stems pretty much exclusively from their boarding system and the fact that you don't have an assigned seat ahead of time. As someone who's grown accustomed to reserving a seat at the movies for years,...

PointCard is Killing Off its "Neon" Debit Card Ahead of "Titan" Launch

Boy, I sure can pick 'em. At the beginning of the year, I named my top five FinTechs to watch in 2022. While one of those five seems headed toward big things after being acquired by Walmart, two of my selections are now dead. Well, technically, PointCard the company is...

4 Ways to Save Money on Rent — Without Moving

For months, one of the biggest stories in the country — let alone finance stories — has been the rate of inflation. Due to a number of factors, Americans have seen everything from their grocery bills to their gas pump totals rise. Similarly, many renters have experienced hikes on their...

Travel Tuesday: Aeropress Go Travel Coffee Press Review

When my wife and I are traveling and working, one of the biggest considerations is how we're going to get our morning coffee. It's not even like we're big caffeine addicts or need our java to function, but coffee has become something we look forward to enjoying every morning as...

Instacart Now Has Its Own Credit Card — It's Not Terrible

In the years that I've been covering personal finance, credit cards have easily become one of my favorite things to write about. Specifically, it's always fun when a new or revamped card is announced. Good or bad, I love pouring over the details and assessing the pros/cons of a card....