Kevin Mulligan's Author Profile and Articles

Kevin MulliganKevin Mulligan is a debt reduction champion with a passion for teaching people how to budget and stay out of debt. He's building a personal finance freelance writing career and has written for RothIRA.com, Discover Bank, and many others.

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Articles by Kevin Mulligan

Should You Buy a New Fuel Efficient Hybrid or a Used Car?

Should You Buy a New Fuel Efficient Hybrid or a Used Car?

With gas prices continuing to rise there has been an equal increase in the amount of marketing for new fuel efficient vehicles and hybrids. Some of these vehicles claim to have anywhere from 40 miles per […]

21 Money Mistakes and Problems to Avoid

21 Money Mistakes and Problems to Avoid

Throughout the financial improvement series, I’ve shown you how to save tons of money with big wins, how to automate your finances, and overall better your financial situation. But I know some of you won’t try […]

How to Get Your Resume Noticed

How to Get Your Resume Noticed

When you’re looking for your next job there are two ways to get your resume to potential employers and hiring managers: Send your resume to them through an application process Have them (or the company’s recruiters) […]

Earn More Money to Transform Your Finances

Earn More Money to Transform Your Finances

The insights we’ve shared over the last 12 weeks are a great start to righting a severely off-course financial life. Whether it is trimming a few dollars from the budget by cutting back, saving $100 by […]

Cut Crap You Don’t Use and Sell Your Stuff

Cut Crap You Don’t Use and Sell Your Stuff

There are 24 hours in a day.  168 hours in a week.  8,736 hours in a year.  We all have the same amount of time to work to earn an income, spend, cut back, budget, and […]

Paying Your Bills Automatically

Paying Your Bills Automatically

In the last article, we discussed how to automate your investments, and today we will cover another easy step to improving your finances — automating your bill payments. I can’t count how many times I used […]

How Much Should You Spend on an Engagement Ring?

How Much Should You Spend on an Engagement Ring?

Whether you are surprising your significant other with a marriage proposal or working together to select what she likes, buying an engagement ring can quickly become an expensive task. There are so many “rules of thumb” […]

The Average Retirement Savings by Age

The Average Retirement Savings by Age

Retirement is inevitable assuming you live long enough to reach retirement age. Are you saving enough? Even if you are saving enough, are your peers? The sad answer is probably not. How bad is the average […]

Is Dental Insurance Worth the Money?

Is Dental Insurance Worth the Money?

You only get two sets of teeth: your baby teeth and then your permanent adult teeth. Taking care of those teeth can be costly, but considering the alternatives of having to do without teeth, it is […]

Automate Your Investments and Savings

Automate Your Investments and Savings

My last article starts to explore the subject of retirement investing, but it barely scratched the surface of the subject. Today I want to show you how to make investing less complicated. Yes, getting educated on […]

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