indi Rewards is a way to get cash back on purchases you make at stores and restaurants where you already shop and dine.
Budgeting as a gig worker can be tricky, so here are some holiday expenses you should start budgeting for now.
Here are some of the most commonly forgotten expenses and how you can include them in your budget, so they never surprise you again.
Although self-employment can be fulfilling, it can also pose challenges when you need to provide proof of income to banks or other creditors.
If you’re trying to keep back to school costs down and stay on budget as a gig worker, there are several ways to keep more money in your wallet.
Here are five unique summer side hustles you can use to boost your summer budget as a gig worker.
We all know that debt can be a burden, but sometimes it can be difficult to know how to get started paying it off. We have put together four easy steps to help put you on track for paying down your debt faster.
Direct deposit is a way to get paid for your work at the same time every week and eliminate the stress that comes with getting paid via paper checks. Here are 4 reasons why you should set up direct deposit today.
As a gig worker, freelancer, or independent worker, you don’t always know exactly how much money you will earn each month. One way to reduce financial stress with irregular income is to make a budget and stick to it. Here are three tips for budgeting with inconsistent income.
If something unexpected happens, are you able to cover your expenses? An emergency fund is money you set aside to pay for things like unexpected medical expenses, expensive repairs to your home or car, or unemployment. They are your financial wiggle room, money buffer, and peace of mind.