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Have big plans for your 2017 tax refund? According to the IRS, the average tax refund last year was around $2,913. That’s a good chunk of money that can help you advance your financial situation if you use it correctly. While it is tempting to spend...

Love is priceless… Except on that one day a year, when you are expected to fork over two week’s worth of grocery budget on pointless and ephemeral things like roses, candy, stuffy dinners, geeky greeting cards, expensive new outfit to look stellar for a few...

Did you know that since 2015, the use of fintech tools among digitally active consumers has surged from 16% to 33%? We at Worthy understand the shift towards transparency, flexibility, and accessibility, and have engineered our product around these needs. So what exactly IS a Worthy...

When my Mom shared this wisdom with me (about not putting all my “eggs in one basket”), she usually meant things like, “don’t only apply to one college” or “don’t just schedule one job interview”, but it also applies to finances! Whatever amount of money...

So when I hear the word “RegA”, I want to start dancing. Not just because it makes me think of Reggae music but because RegA is a new securities regulation that allows businesses more access to capital and it allows every day, retail investors a...

The world of commerce has changed. I realized I used 5 “gig” websites just in the last few days. I booked a handyman on Thumbtack, hired an animator for our company video on Fiverr, had my daughter call Uber to get to the airport for...

So you saved up for that coveted vacation and you would love to get away to a nice warm place like the Bahama Islands or maybe take your chances and hope for 3 feet of fresh powder at your favorite ski resort out west. And...

I came up with the word “peerfolio” when thinking about how great it would be to have an investment portfolio that primarily consisted of investments in my fellow humans, my peers. That includes options such as buying stock in growing start-ups, participating in consumer or...

So raise your hand if you think the government knows what’s best for you. For the last 80+ years, the government decided you weren’t smart enough to determine how to spend your hard-earned money. They made laws that prohibited you from investing your money in...