How Joe Paretta, Author of “Master The Card: Say Goodbye to Credit Card Debt,” Escaped the Debt Dungeon (Episode #1)

For several years, I used credit cards haphazardly.  I would charge nearly everything, from a twenty-five cent pack of gum to a twenty-five hundred dollar vacation.  Also, I accumulated credit and store cards like it was a hobby.  When I “bottomed out,” I owned 12 to 14 cards (some with zero balance) and was approximately … Read more

Ryan Bales, CEO of @Budgetable, on @FinancialBin Radio with @DavidDomzalski

On Tuesday, January 25, 2012, the Financial Bin‘s David Domzalski will speak with Ryan Bales, Founder and CEO of Budgetable. Budgetable automatically manages your budget and identifies wasteful spending. Follow them on Twitter: @Budgetable. We asked Ryan … Can you give the listeners a brief description of what you did prior to starting Budgetable? What … Read more

Carl Phelps, Co-Founder of Confidently, on @FinancialBin Radio w/ @DavidDomzalski

On Tuesday, January 24, 2012, Carl Phelps, co-founder of Confidently, appeared as a guest on Financial Bin Radio with David Domzalski. Confidently is an online community that helps connect college students and recent grads with top opportunities at awesome employers. Check them out at Confidently.co and on Twitter @GoConfidently. We asked Carl … Can you … Read more

TO RENT OR TO BUY? THAT IS THE BIG REAL ESTATE QUESTION FOR GENERATION Y IN 2012

A lot of people are watching the downward slide of the housing market and beginning to wonder if it is a smart decision to buy a house. This is magnified even more with major articles coming out each day stating that the wealthy are giving up their homes to rent instead. There are many reasons … Read more

While in Student Loan Debt, Follow Some Wise Strategies to Save Money

In most of the cases it has been seen that getting higher education costs you your finances. That is, getting higher education is a costly affair and for that you need to take out student loans. Thus, mounting student debt is a common problem for most of the students and their families. Students, in order … Read more

Wealth Intervention: Financial Bin Looking For Contributors For Book On Building Wealth

Hey Everybody, For those that don’t know, the Financial Bin is a personal finance and entrepreneurial media company focused on Generation Y. In November 2011, we released our first book, Entrepreneur Intervention: Triumphs & Failures of Entrepreneurs, where we compiled the stories of 28 entrepreneurs and small business owners as they chronicled the ups and downs … Read more

ED SHEPPARD, DIRECTOR OF BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT AT HOMECARE SPECIALISTS IN OCEAN CITY, NJ (1/20/2012 PODCAST)

On Friday, January 20, 2012, the Financial Bin’s David Domzalski spoke with Ed Sheppard, Director of Business Development at HomeCare Specialists in Ocean City, NJ. Recently, HCS added its own babysitting service, Bonded Babysitters, to capture their portion of an underserved market in South Jersey. HomeCare Specialists: HomeCare Specialists’ mission is to enable every client … Read more

HOW TO MAKE YOUR BUSINESS SUCCESSFUL

I wanted to share with you a portion of Financial Bin’s recently released book called Entrepreneur Intervention: Triumphs & Failures of Entrepreneurs. The part included below is written by Chris Sonjeow, founder of LoveBook. Chris talks about what he has learned since starting his company and I think it is something we can all benefit … Read more