Money

Looking for tips to help you save more, earn more, and live more? This category is all about money and money topics, especially those that help you better understand the basics of personal finance and help you increase your financial literacy.

Our goal is to teach people of all ages how financial systems work, and how to take advantage of these systems to save big money. While everyone could use more cash, the only ways to increase your cash flow is to increase your income or decrease your spending.

While we have plenty of tips for increasing your income, our main focus is showing you how to save on every day expenditures through savvy utilization of financial institutions and situations, which we call shifting your mindset from consumerism to frugalism. Anything you save goes straight back into your pocket, turning Money Saved into Money Earned.

Our wide range of topics have been simplified into six sub-categories. These sub-categories include Money Mindset, Money Basics, Money Lessons, Saving Money, Making Money, and Reviews. You can browse these sub-categories or search for what you’re looking for using the search function in the side bar or at the top right of the site.

personal finance bloggers of color

Personal Finance Bloggers of Color – Sebastian from Money Saved is Money Earned

Welcome to our Personal Finance Bloggers of Color interview series! Our goal with this series is to highlight the experiences and perspectives of people of color in terms of money and personal finance topics, as these voices are often underrepresented. Our first interview features our co-founder, Sebastian.   1. Please introduce yourself by telling us …

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Black Friday shopping

3 Black Friday Shopping Tips to Avoid a Red Friday for Your Wallet

Here we are again. Black Friday. Touted as the biggest shopping day of the year, Black Friday also bears the distinction as the beginning of holiday season shopping and is a crucial time of year for the economy. In fact, around 30% of yearly retail sales happen between Black Friday and Christmas. However, Black Friday …

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