One Freelance Journalist’s Money Management Tips

Getting personal finances in order is harder for the freelance journalist than for certain other fields. Journalists and researchers usually spend a lot of (tax-deductible) money researching and covering stories. Adding to the mix, many publications do not pay writers or videographers on a...

How To Make Your Money Earn More

Almost Millions: Personal Finance For Freelancers, 1099ers, & The Self-Employed
The good people at Acorns have solid advice on how to maximize returns from your investments.

Four Bad Money Ideas: What To Avoid In The Future

Bad money ideas
When it comes to money, there's a lot of misrepresentation out there. A lot of companies and organizations prey on people who want to save money and make more money. Here are four different things to avoid as you continue your money journey: Bad Money Idea...

Money Lessons For College Graduates

The Simple Dollar's Holly Johnson has a great list of six things every college graduate needs to know about money: Learn about debt and interest. Credit cards aren't free money. Learn what it means to live below your means. Learn to compare job offers...

Robinhood = Awesome Way To Get Started Investing

Almost Millions: Personal Finance For Freelancers, 1099ers, & The Self-Employed
A few quick words about Robinhood, a new-ish investing app that lets you purchase stocks through your phone without paying a fee: It's awesome. Robinhood makes its money through other methods, you save $7 or $8 on every transaction made. Crucially, it lowers the barrier for...

Creative Freelancer Personal Finance: The Podcast

Creative Freelancer Personal Finance Via Tom Ventura, https://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Paperwork_-_by_Tom_Ventura.jpg
Creative freelancers are designers, writers, musicians, artists, animators, photographers, and similar types. They are either self-employed or run their own business. Many creative freelancers have very particular money and personal finance concerns. And, crucially, they like spending more time being creative than shuffling paperwork. Xero’s awesome...