Where to Find a High Yield Savings Account in 2022
A high yield savings account works like a regular savings account except it pays a higher interest rate. This allows you to earn more on your money.
How to Get Free Money in 2022: Bank Bonuses
One way to get some extra money with minimal work is using bank bonuses to your advantage.
Snowball Wealth has been selected for the first Google Latino Founders Fund!
We’re so excited to announce that we have been selected as one of first start-ups to receive Google’s inaugural Latino Founders Fund!
Roe v Wade Overturned: The Financial Consequences
Not only did this decision come with a huge emotional toll for people across the nation, but it is also expected to affect the financial health of the country.
What is Causing Inflation in 2022? 3 Factors Impacting Inflation
Most people should be ensuring that they have a 3-to-6-month emergency fund set up to cover them in the event of a job loss or other emergency.
Another Way to Celebrate Juneteenth: Build Generational Wealth
On June 19th, millions of people will celebrate Juneteenth. Juneteenth is a federal holiday commemorating the emancipation of enslaved African Americans. Today, African Americans have made many strides. There is still work to be done regarding economic equality. In 2019, Black Americans held just 17 cents of wealth on average to every dollar of white wealth.
Financial Planning Guide for LGBT+ community
According to an Experian survey, 62% of LGBTQ respondents reported having experienced financial challenges due to their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Everyone is Talking About I-Bonds: Can I-Bonds Save You From Inflation?
This has led many to look into series-I savings bonds. A series-I savings bond is a security issued and guaranteed by the United States treasury that earns interest based on both a fixed rate and a rate that is set twice a year based on inflation.
How to Fill Out a W-9 Form in 2022
If you are hired as a contractor or freelancer for a business, they may request that you fill out a form W-9.
What the FIRE Movement Means for Women of Color
The truth is, most people in the FIRE movement don’t fully retire. They usually move on to lower paid, less stressful work or self-employment. The key words in FIRE have always been “financial independence”.
How to Save Money When You Really Don’t Want To
Interested in saving money, but having a hard time? You’re certainly not alone. Reaching your financial goals is about much more than saving and earning more. It’s about mindset. It’s about behavioral change.
Mar 24, 2023
What is “Savoring” and How Can it Help You Build Wealth?
Aug 24, 2022
Biden is canceling up to $10K in student loans and all federal loans are paused until 12/31
Feb 9, 2022
The Snowball Wealth Financial Roadmap
Dec 2, 2021
Refinancing my $176K Student Debt with Snowball
Nov 6, 2021
Kimberly Hamilton of Beworth Finance on how she tackled debt in D.C.