The Best Reddit Personal Finance Tips

Social networking site Reddit can be massive and daunting to navigate--but it has some of the best financial advice on the internet. Reddit’s /personalfinance subsite (or sub-Reddit, as they call it) is a massive forum with tons of traffic devoted to all things personal finance....

How To Think About Money

Money matters. Money is what we use to put a roof over our heads, food in our stomach, and enjoy a better life. However, there's a problem. Most of us think about money too little or too much. If you think about money too little,...

Product Hunt Ship: Startup Launch Tools

Product Hunt, the popular tech community site, has a new feature. Startup companies can now use a free suite of tools called Ship that helps build landing pages, contact subscribers, notify your audience about product launches, and acquire potential customer's mailing addresses. Ship is currently...

What’s New For Fintech?

via GIPHY Curious about the next wave of apps, websites, and services for saving or making money? Tech blog Techcrunch's Erin Shipley has a great roundup of What's Next For Personal Financial Services. Some of the companies she highlights are Chime, a low-cost online bank; smart loan...

Amazon’s Your Ideas List: A New Way To Share Shopping Lists

A new, quietly launched feature on Amazon -- Amazon Your Ideas List -- lets anyone create Pinterest-like illustrated wish lists they can share with friends and followers. Amazon Your Ideas List can be accessed just like a normal Amazon wish list or shopping list,...

How To Opt Out Of Google Adwords Arbitration

Google AdWords recently changed their terms of service to request that, if the worst happens, users can't sue Google if something goes wrong. Instead, AdWords customers have to go through private arbitration. Arbitration not only gives up your constitutional right in America to go...

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