Blog Ideas For Personal Finance

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How Personal Finance is Evolving Through Mobile Apps

Mobile applications are continuously evolving how we manage our personal finances, whether that's investing, savings, budgeting or payments. This post will explore that very dynamic of our relationships with finance through our phones.

Brian L

Sayreville, New Jersey, United States

Customer Ratings 12
61% Followed Guidelines

Standard Blog Post $88.75

5 Financial Mistakes that Will Cost You Big

Sample intro: We may not all have a background in finance or accounting, but when it comes to personal finance, being informed can go a long way. Here are some of the most common financial errors most people make and how to avoid them. Sample topics: Not saving enough for retirement, not investing in company's 401K, not looking for employers who off student debt repayment benefits, etc.

Maria B

Laval, Québec, Canada

Customer Ratings 12
86% Followed Guidelines

Short Blog Post $49.50

Go Green, Save Green

How green living can save you money. Can be tailored to eco-design (sustainability in design and its cost-saving factors), renewable or solar energy, lifestyle, personal finance, or mix all of the above. List-style post.

Lauren E

Nashville, Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 0

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Your Personal Budget Bliss

I love doing personal budgets, but I know not everyone does. I would start off the project by introducing the topic and explaining what budgets are for those who don't know, then I would move on to why budgets are vitally important when it comes to personal finance. As for the reader creating their own personal budget, I would recommend that they use a spreadsheet, round down their monthly income to an increment ending in 25 ($2000, $2025, $2050, or $2075) to make it easier to do the math. To make budgeting even easier, I would mention rounding up the cost of something to the nearest increment of 25 (If something is $185, then they would round up to $200). Lastly, before the conclusion, I would introduce the 'Doesn't exist pot' where they would put the money rounded down their monthly income from and put it in a separate location. If their monthly income is $3185, and they round down to $3100, then they put that $85 per month in a separate location and they would save $1,020 in a year.

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 4
100% Followed Guidelines

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Top 10 Ways To Budget As A Parent

Introduction: As many people know, raising children is costly in both time and money. They are the job that never stops. Below are some ideas, from grocery lists to apps, that will help you save money for when you need it most. In the outline for this topic, I have written down some ideas such as: • Planning for new shoes: Parents always seem to be caught off guard when it comes to shoes, so this section will quickly cover how many times kids outgrow shoes by age group • Meal Prepping: Saves both time and money, and creating a weekly, biweekly, or monthly menu will help cut down on expenses • Using grocery lists: Cuts down on time spent at the store, especially helpful if you do an aisle by aisle list • Couponing: Saves money, the parent can have the child help •Thirft shops and garage sales • Apps: There are apps which have items for sale at a low cost. • Banking: Switching to a bank that has no fees • Budget overhaul: Assess needs vs wants • Find a way to reduce childcare expenses, such as finding a parent with an opposite schedule • Downgrade the car: This would help save on insurance costs. Or, depending on where they live, go car free

Tonya F

Hoquiam, Washington, United States

Customer Ratings 4
100% Followed Guidelines

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Accounting -- For the New Age

Retirement, Planning for Retirement should be done while the person is still young. Help those who find themselves struggling when they are into their 50's. Taxation, Remember when you cash in those IRA's early you owe a penalty to the IRS. Educate

Jennifer M

Phenix City, Alabama, United States

Customer Ratings 0

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5 Tips to Creating a Cash Only Lifestyle

Contrary to popular belief, most Americans are not drowning in credit card debt (statistics say it's closer to 38%). As unthinkable as living - and thriving - without plastic might be, it is possible. Here are a few tips to get started.

Sullin J

Los Angeles, California, United States

Customer Ratings 171
83% Followed Guidelines

Standard Blog Post $113.75

What Is the UltraFICO Credit Scoring System?

An overview of the newest FICO scoring system, including how it works, how it differs from the current credit scoring format, who it may benefit, and why.

Elizabeth T

Newburyport, Massachusetts, United States

Customer Ratings 486
92% Followed Guidelines

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Why You Need a CD Ladder and How to Build One

CD ladders provide a better yield than savings accounts while still keeping money available for emergencies and large purchase. They also provide interest rate and inflation protection.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 131

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Three Ways to Start Investing Without Knowing Anything

Many people want to start investing, but don't know where to start. This post will cover target date funds, traditional mutual funds, and robo advisors.

Erin F

Tampa, Florida, United States

Customer Ratings 131

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5 Key Questions to Ask Before Selecting Your Next Online Brokerage

Whether you're opening your first brokerage account or preparing to, there's a lot to consider. From understanding market volatility to saving enough money for a comfortable retirement, ask these 5 questions before taking the next steps.

Customer Ratings 282
78% Followed Guidelines

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How to Have a Debt Free Christmas

Post will provide readers ways in which they can have a great Christmas without going into debt. Tips will include looking for clearance or Black Friday deals, using cash back rewards, and setting budgets per gift recipient.

Jocelyn G

Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 23
100% Followed Guidelines

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How to Survive No Spend November

Post will provide readers completing a No Spend November Challenge with tips so they can complete the challenge. Tips will include how to be creative with leftovers, free date and family activities, and how to do Thanksgiving on the cheap.

Jocelyn G

Tennessee, United States

Customer Ratings 21

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Do Traditional Banks Have A Relationship Problem?

Article will examine declining customer loyalty in banks and the problem this poses (customer base is the main advantage traditional banks have over challenger banks)

James E

Blackwater, England, United Kingdom

Customer Ratings 91
83% Followed Guidelines

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5 Things You Can Do to Improve Your Finances

To get rich, you have to live below your means. Here are 5 suggestions on improving your finances: 1. Find ways to earn more. 2. Reduce your biggest expenses (housing & transportation) 3. Consolidate/cut down debt 4. Start a budget 5. Save 10%

Anita E

Seguin, Texas, United States

Customer Ratings 29
85% Followed Guidelines

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