More Americans will soon be offered one through work. Here’s how to take full advantage of your work-sponsored retirement account.
Joe Pye started writing about debt and personal finance more than three years ago while attending Florida Atlantic University, where he served as Editor-in-Chief of the student-run newspaper, the University Press.
Before graduating with a bachelor’s degree in multimedia journalism, Pye placed as a finalist for the Mark of Excellence award by the Society of Professional Journalists Region 3 for feature writing and in-depth reporting.
Since taking a full-time position as associate editor at Debt.com in 2018, Pye has become a certified debt management professional who’s applied what he’s learned to his personal life by paying down more than $22,000 worth of combined credit card, student loan, auto and tax debt in less than two years.
A huge following formed around #debtfreecommunity on social media, and together, members are fighting money taboos – and their own personal debts.
These women are leading the way to a debt-free lifestyle. Here’s how they’re doing it.
Updates to the tax season aren’t as major as last year’s. But some may help you pocket a little extra money.
For years, the media touted a “nonprofit” that promised to help college graduates volunteer their way out of student loan debt. Except it wasn’t a nonprofit, and there’s no proof it helped anyone. Now SponsorChange has disappeared and the media is silent. What happened? And why does its founder insist it’s coming back soon?
Avoid the holiday debt hangover by planning ahead.
Learn to face your fears. Read at your own risk.
We’ve taken everything into account, from the costs of living, average debts – even retirement.
We all want our big day to be unique – even if it’ll cost us as much as a luxury car.
Wise words from wealthy innovators who smiled in the face of defeat.