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About Daniel Matthews

Daniel Matthews is a freelance writer who specializes in finance, tech, business, and current events. You can find him on Twitter.

What Is Futures Trading and Should You Be Doing It?

Disclaimer: If you don’t like risk, futures trading may not be for you. But if you want to play it safe, futures trading may be for you. Does that makes sense? No? Welcome to the world of futures trading. This is a big world, so I’ll start with the basics. Don’t worry—futures trading does make […]

How an Online Master’s in Education Opens up the World

This post is from guest author Amethyst Tagney. Amethyst spends her time writing on a variety of topics. She is an avid learner and loves to share what she discovers. You can find her @AmTagWrites To travel? Or to learn? That is the question. It can be hard to choose between traveling the world or getting an […]

4 Smart Ways to Budget For Student Loan Payments

I once worked with a person who would complain to me about her student loans and how she could barely live off of what she was being paid. I sympathized with her, as I knew she sincerely did struggle with money and life had dealt her a bad hand in many ways. However, I would […]

Millennials: Use Your Experience with Technology to Make Good Money

This post is from guest author Daphne Stanford. Daphne is a DJ for Radio Boise. She writes poetry, nonfiction, and lyric essays. Other ways she enjoys spending her time include hiking, piano, singing at inappropriate times, and good conversation with friends & family. Follow her on Twitter. Millennials are transforming communication in the workplace by altering the […]

Top Careers in Demand and How to Get Them

This post is from guest author Melissa Davidson. You can find her on Twitter @madtris.  Wouldn’t it be awesome to pay off your car or credit cards, or even your student loan debt? With a great job, it can be done sooner rather than later. Setting yourself up for a successful career takes talent, hard work […]

5 Degrees Well Worth Your Dollar

This post is from guest author Logan Randall There are very few things in the world more depressing than looking at a rough $70,000 of debt, and having no job. This is rock bottom, folks. This is also the average college graduate. Unlike the students who already have college paid for, students who are using […]

How to Lower Your Student Loan Payment Amount

The following post is from guest author Jesse Johnson  As higher education becomes increasingly important to job prospects, more and more people are racking up student loan debt. In the U.S., 44 million borrowers owe more than 1.4 trillion in student loans with an average graduate in their 20s walking away with more than $22,000 […]

The Young Entrepreneur’s Guide to Relocating

This post is from guest author Jesse Johnson. So, you’ve reached the point where you need to establish new roots for your business somewhere else. There are plenty of reasons to relocate, such as moving closer to your main clients, pursuing new market opportunities, seeking lower overhead costs, expanding to a bigger space, or attracting […]

Auto Savings: Performance Tuning Makes Good Financial Sense

Have you ever wondered when the financial breaks are going to come on newer automobiles? Compared to older cars, new ones are really expensive. For example, an ‘87 Subaru Station Wagon 4×4 costs an average of $2,775, while a 2007 Subaru Outback is nearly $7,000—and for people who don’t have four grand to spare, that’s […]

How to Stay Financially Responsible While Renting With a Roommate

This post is from guest author Melissa Davidson. You can find her on Twitter @madtris.  Getting a roommate isn’t a decision to be taken lightly. While it may seem like the best decision for your wallet, you could actually be harmed financially in the process if your roommates are terrible. You’ll want to avoid some notorious […]