Why Square’s Replacing Meters In Washington DC Taxis

The next time you ride in a taxi in the nation's capital, you'll see something different: A Square credit card reader. By the end of August 2017, Washington's thousands of cabs will take out their traditional meters and replace them with digital meters and...

Avoiding Lifestyle Inflation

Some great advice from the Society of Grownups' Karen Carr via Credit Karma: Keep track of your personal finances. Have a vision and a goal for your personal lifestyle. Look at the bottom line - think about your income post-taxes/commitments. These three tips are simple...

Venmo Small Business Tip: Using Venmo To Pay PayPal

Some good news for the millions of small businesses using PayPal: Starting soon, customers will be able to make PayPal payments through Venmo. This means customer payments through PayPal are about to get much, much easier. PayPal payment through Venmo will be enabled this May...

Digits – The New App That Saves You Money

Here's an interesting app: Digit is a new iOS, Android, and desktop web product that automatically takes care of saving for you. The California-based startup says their app can help you "save money without thinking about it." Similar to other apps such as Acorns (which takes your...

26% Of American Workers Have Less Than $1000 In Savings

Well, this is a sad piece of news: A survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 26% of American workers have less than $1000 in savings. By the measure of their survey, 26% of workers have less than $1000 in their bank accounts...

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....