Holberg Financial Blog

An Exclusive Interview: Your Student Loans ChangEd

Posted by holbergfinancial on January 5, 2017

Student loans: $1.4 Trillion owed, the average loan balance increasing exponentially, and the weight of looming payments that are burdensome even to the intrepid at heart.

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Topics: apps, Debt, Student Loans, technology, websites

Is Your Bank Keeping Up With You?

Posted by holbergfinancial on December 28, 2016
Is your bank doing a good job keeping up with you and the modern age? Most would answer a solid: kinda.
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Topics: apps, Banking, Savings, technology, Tips and Tricks, websites

If Forbes wants to know, shouldn't you?

Posted by holbergfinancial on May 2, 2016

Recently, Forbes was looking for an answer to an incredibly important question that millions of millennials/young adults are asking as well.

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Topics: ETFs, Forbes, Investing, IRA, Retirement, Stock Market, Taxes, technology

Spring (and Summer) Into Action!

Posted by holbergfinancial on April 4, 2016

Weddings! Vacations! Summer loving, good weather, and lots of sunshine. It's upon us and while the activities, festivities, and the seasons of spring and summer are wonderful - we have to ask ourselves: how can we pay for it all?

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Topics: Credit Cards, Savings, Spending, technology

Empty Gyms: What Memberships Make Sense?

Posted by holbergfinancial on February 15, 2016


Hulu Plus, Amazon Prime,

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Topics: budgeting, Financial Fun Facts, Spending, technology

Two Tax Tips

Posted by holbergfinancial on February 3, 2016

Ok, let's get something out in the open: doing your taxes sucks.

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Topics: financial tools, Taxes, technology, websites

Warm up with coffee or financial websites - your choice! (Part 5 of the 12 Days of Christmas Series)

Posted by holbergfinancial on January 4, 2016

We've got more technology and websites than ever before. That means our metaphorical toolbox is overflowing. But what tool to use? The web is sort of like a crayon box with lots of colors, but instead of 96 colors to choose from, there are millions! Ahhh - sensory overload. As such, choose your crayons and tools wisely. Here are five financial crayons - I mean websites -  that I love (and contend that I couldn’t live without).

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Topics: Financial Fun Facts, financial tools, technology, websites

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