Credit Tips for Young Adults
Among the many things that separate men and women, saving money is another one to add to the list. In a recent study, CreditDonkey.com found that men are putting more money aside than women do.
Most respondents to a recent CreditDonkey.com survey said they learned key finance concepts in high school. Despite all the reports about poor financial literacy buzz among adults and debates over when teens should learn money management skills, ...
Four in 10 people have not set aside at least $500 in savings, according to a new 2014 survey by CreditDonkey.com, a credit card comparison website. That leaves a very small safety net for emergencies and is pretty risky. For those with lots of ...
For your next credit card, you want a lucrative deal. What you don’t want is to pay for the privilege with an annoying and pricey annual fee. We canvassed current offerings by credit card companies on CreditDonkey for the best cash back, reward ...
New Tips for Young Adults
We’re all taking more photos than ever. But what are we doing with them? Are they forever stuck in our phones or in the cloud somewhere? Photo sites make it easy to pull out your favorite images and turn them into printable keepsakes and gifts. The only hard part is deciding which one to use.
To connect with more people, you need to get out and make a lasting impression. But how do you do that? Read on; we explain how to do it better.
Unless your high school taught you about personal finance, you’ll have to teach yourself how to manage your money in college. Here are 23 smart moves to make before you get your diploma.
March is not a deal-hunter’s best friend. Sure, we have spring to look forward to, but sales for the new season’s clothes will still be a ways off. Nevertheless, CreditDonkey knows of a few items that that you can get for a decent break this month. Brave the last few weeks of winter’s cold if any of this month’s deals suit your needs. Otherwise, wait out another month before splurging.
Beyond its ability to engage our strategic skills, chess can also teach us to sharpen the type of skills we need in everyday life. Here are a few of our favorite life and money lessons taken from the chessboard.
Relationships were easy in preschool. You tagged someone on the back and had an instant friend. Once you hit adulthood, winning over another person takes work. If it’s become harder for you to make new friends — and keep them — read this handy list of tips.
The term "applied physics" can take on a whole new meaning when we look beyond the textbooks and formulas. There is more we can learn from the laws of physics by applying them to our daily lives. By transferring the discipline to a host of everyday matters – our well-being, our financial situation, our workplace – we can look for ways to make improvements and live a better life.
The winter is half over and warmer weather is on the way, giving you time to find bargains while you wait out the cold. Look for sales to heat up around the Super Bowl and Presidents’ Day – two major retail holidays that bring deep discounts.
The amount of money people spend to celebrate the holiday is mind blowing (who says money doesn’t buy love?). The CreditDonkey team tracked down 23 Valentine's Day statistics that will get your heart fluttering.
Even if you've never spent time on a dating website, the odds are good that some of your friends have. Roughly 42% of Americans know someone who dates online and its growing popularity is undeniable. If you're wondering what kind of people are looking for love on the Internet or just how much money those dating sites really make, CreditDonkey has compiled a list of 23 facts and figures that will get your pulse racing.