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Welcome to Just Start Investing!
My name is Kevin and I created this site with the primary goal to make investing easy.
Though, I quickly realized that simple and practical advice was needed across various aspects of personal finance – including investing, banking, credit cards and budgeting.
So I took years of personal investing experience, credit card research, and excel budgeting work and put it all into this site. Luckily for me, some folks have taken notice:
- U.S. News & World Report – 8 Best No-Load Mutual Funds to Buy Now
- Forbes – Here’s Why Your Credit Card Could be Costing You $845 Per Year
- 10th Annual Plutus Awards Finalist – Best Investing Blog
- Chime – 7 Financial Literacy Rules That Are Okay to Break
- The Money Mix – Should You Invest in Company Stock in Your 401(k)?
- Cheapism – 17 Exclusive Credit Cards that Turn Heads
- Camp Fire Finance – 5 Things To Do Before Maxing Out A 401(k)
So please stay a minute and explore! Below are the cornerstones of this site and great places to start diving into personal finance basics.
Just Start Investing Pillars
- Investing: Investing should be easy, and starting now helps you make the most of your money.
- Banking: Selecting the right bank accounts can help increase your savings (through more interest and less fees) and simplify your personal finances.
- Credit Cards: Choosing the right credit card based on your spending habits can maximize your cash back, points and miles.
- Budget: Building a budget and savings plan that works for you will help you take control of your personal finances.
- Blog: Find the latest opinions and insights regarding all things personal finance.
- Resources: Explore some of the best personal finance resources and tools that are available.
Use the links above to dive into the various sections of this site. And should you have any questions along the way, reach out.
Last but not least, be sure to check out our disclaimers page (we are not a financial advisor, just a financial consumer with some opinions).