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Money Tools

I get asked for my favorite money recommendations all the time! So here you go!

Please note, some of these items contain affiliate referral links, which means I may get a kickback for you using any of the services.

But as always, I would never recommend something I do not totally and completely back.

Free Money Guide

Ready to take your personal finances seriously?

Then it’s time you download the Get Your Money Right Guide.

Inside I’ve included budgeting templates, free tools, tutorials and more! 

Recession Survival Guide

Nervous about a recession? I’ve got you covered.

Learn what a recession is, how to prepare, and what money moves to make in order to be as recession-proof as possible.

BONUS: Get a Recession Proof Planner when you download this free guide!

Credit Cards

These are my personal favorites. Chase links are all affiliate links– but also, these are the cards I swear by. I’ll never recommend something I don’t use/love myself.

Chase Freedom Unlimited

No annual fee. 5% cash back on travel, 3% cash back on dining, 3% cash back at drug stores, and 1.5% cash back on everything else. Great card for anyone who wants an awesome cash back card with no annual fee. 

Chase Ink Business Unlimited

This is the credit card I use for my business expenses. I love it. 1.5% cash back and no annual fee.

Earn up to 100,000 bonus points per year when you refer business owners for the Ink Business Preferred® card, Ink Business Unlimited® card or Ink Business Cash® card. That’s 20,000 bonus points for each business, up to 5, that gets approved.

Rollover Your Old 401(k)

I am not joking when I say that Capitalize is my all time favorite financial tool. 

Capitalize will help you rollover your 401(k) FOR FREE. I used them and they made the process so much easier. In fact, they had to call my old employer, track down where my 401k had been moved to, and then rolled it all over into an IRA for me… FOR FREE.

That saved me HOURS of time. And if you’re rolling over your 401(k) into an IRA? I INSIST you use them.

Favorite High Yield Savings Accounts

  1. Ally: I love Ally because it has a nice dashboard, and you have an awesome bucket feature that allows you to divide your savings into different buckets. Right now they offer 2.5% interest, which is almost fifty times higher than the national average.
  2. Yotta: I also love Yotta. You get paid a standard interest rate and then you’re entered into win lottery tickets every time you save. You have a chance to win up to $10 million every week. It gamifies savings which I think is pretty cool.

Student Loan Refinancing

Juno

Juno uses the power of group buying to negotiate with banks to get members better deals on their student loans. They guarantee the lowest interest rate for private student loans. 

Business Coaching

My business coach, Nathalia Copeland– I could not recommend enough. She helped me go from killing myself, working 60+ hours a week doing 1:1 coaching, to helping me build the course of my dreams and being able to really scale back. 

If you’re interested– check her out on my podcast.

Also follow her on social media at iSpeakSocial. 

Become a Finace Creator

Are you also a finance fanatic and think you might want to start teaching people about it?

Or maybe you already ARE creating content about finances but feel like you need a little help, support, and a community to make sure you’re doing the right things?

Marc from Better Wallet and I created a mastermind just for you.