Check out my favorite money resources that will help you keep your finances in shape!  These resources will help you save money and make money.


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Make Money Resources

American Consumer Opinion

Looking to make money in your spare time?  You are in luck.  American Consumer Opinion offers surveys that you can take for free in your spare time and make some extra money.  Click here to try it for yourself.

Opinion Outpost

Earn cash and gift cards just by taking surveys online with Opinion Outpost.  It is super quick to sign up.  Click here to try it for yourself.


Another way to make money is through Swagbucks.  Swagbucks is a site where you can make money doing many tasks you complete for free daily – like surfing the internet.  In addition, they offer surveys you can take.  Get started with Swagbucks today and $5 will be added to your account. Click here to try Swagbucks for yourself.


Save Money Resources

Credit Sesame

When is the last time that you checked your credit report and/or credit score?  Credit Sesame is a service that I learned about recently that will allow you to check your Transunion information for free.  In addition, the provide customized tips to help you raise your credit score.  Click here to try Credit Sesame for yourself.


Mint is my favorite free budgeting app.  It allows you to link your bank accounts, credit cards, retirement accounts, mortgages, and other debts.  Then it will automatically calculate a budget for you and help you set short and long-term saving goals.  I have been using Mint for 5+ years and it really helped to turn things around in my life.  Click here to try Mint for free!


Qapital is a free app that allows you to save money!  There are a ton of ways that you can save money with the app like rounding up your spare change or saving a set amount of money each week.  Qapital also allows you to save money with your friends.  Click here to try Qapital and get $5 added to your account!

Click here for a full review of my experience with Qapital.


Investing Resources


Acorns is an app that makes investing possible for anyone by allowing you to invest with your spare change.  Once you link your bank account to the app, it will automatically invest your spare change into ETFs (exchange-traded funds).  Use this link to try Acorns for yourself and $5 will automatically be added to your account.

Click here for a full review of my experience with Acorns.



Similar to Acorns, Stash is an app that allows you to invest with only $5 in ETFs (exchange-traded funds).  These ETFs are specifically designed for you to invest in things you believe in.  Use this link to try Stash for yourself and $5 will automatically be added to your account.

Click here for a review of my experience with Stash.



Stockpile is a site that I learned about very recently.  They allow you to invest directly in individual socks with $5 or less.  It is a great option if you would like to buy individual stocks instead of ETFs (which are what Acorns and Stash are invested in).  Click here to try Stockpile for yourself and $5 will be added to your account.


Small Business Resources


Are you looking to start your own blog or business?  Financially Fit and Fab is actually my third blog but it is the first one that I really took seriously.  The first step in taking the site seriously was to get self-hosting through Bluehost.  That means that the content is forever mine (which is different than when you go through a site like Blogger or  Bluehost is great for bloggers and small business owners just starting out.  The price is $7.95 per month; however, they have a special now for only $3.95.  Click here to sign up!

Please come back soon as I will be actively adding resources!


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