Best credit cards for 2015

This week, I’m sharing my favorite accounts with you. Yesterday: The best checking account Today: The best credit card Thursday: The best savings account Let’s get to it. When my book was published in 2009, I named names. This is why some banks will never, ever partner with me. Oh well!! My old favorite credit card: Citi PremierPass ...

Upcoming: My favorite checking, savings and credit card accounts

I'll make this quick. I was watching Oprah one day, because I am basically a middle-aged woman, and realized that she does something fascinating. She recommends SPECIFIC SOLUTIONS to her audience's problems. Compare this to most "experts," who hate naming specific products because they're afraid of being seen as biased. (Or, worse, they won't use their platform to promote products ...

Most people in debt don’t even know how much they owe

Yesterday, I ran a small survey: How long until you're out of debt? Yes, it's a self-selected audience I've long suspected that most people in debt don't even know how much they owe. I'm trying to dig up data on this, but from talking to tons of people about this, I feel comfortable saying "most" people in moderate to significant ...

How to use airline miles to fly business class (without even stepping foot on an airplane)

When I ran a guest post in 2009 called "How to travel full-time for $14,000," it was one of this site's most popular posts ever. So I'll be sharing more tips about traveling. Today, techniques to use airline miles to fly business class...even when you don’t fly that often. Enter Matthew Kepnes, who has been traveling around ...

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My $100,000 friend

"I had more spending money in college when I was a student working a part-time job." --A friend who earns over $100,000/year. How does this happen? Factor in the following: Urban living, including going out frequently Expensive apartment Credit card debt from spending on things like going out frequently, shopping, travel Student loans It's a combination of high ...

How a Boot Camp member saved $75,000 on his mortgage

Here are early results from Week 1 (credit cards) of my ongoing Boot Camp. Last month, I launched the 6-week I Will Teach You To Be Rich Boot Camp, which is currently happening on a private site. I was tired of people reading and reading but not actually taking DOING the necessary steps to dominate their finances, so I put ...