Cameron Huddleston, Forbes

Cameron Huddleston


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Past articles by Cameron:

How Life Insurance Companies Get Intel On You

Shopping for life insurance? We look at the types of personal information that companies will collect about you, whether you know it or not. → Read More

How To Teach Your Kids Good Money Habits

Wondering how to teach your kids about money? Start early, and model good habits of your own. → Read More

Why Happy People Earn More Money

Studies have shown that happy people perform better at work. → Read More

To Retire Early, This Millionaire Says You Need to ‘Chill as Hard as You Hustle’

When this woman took on running her own eBay store, little did she know it'd help her understand all the work and effort it took to successfully maintain a side gig. These are the three biggest lessons she learned -- that you can apply to your side gig -- and whether or not it was worth it in the end. → Read More

Survey Finds 42% of Americans Will Retire Broke — Here’s Why

The tide might be turning when it comes to retirement savings in America. For the third year in a row, GOBankingRates surveyed adults across the U.S. to find out how much the average person has saved... → Read More

Americans Are Drowning in Debt — a New Survey Finds Out Why

Debt truly is a four-letter word for many Americans. It can lead to stress, sleepless nights and fighting in relationships. It can force you to live paycheck to paycheck and prevent you from getting... → Read More

Back to School Shopping Mistakes I’ll Never Make Again

As a work-at-home mom, I always look forward to the start of the school year. Don’t get me wrong — I love my kids. But it’s hard to get work done when all three of them are running... → Read More

Walmart Shopping Tricks to Get the Most Bang for Your Buck

If you love a great deal, chances are good that you shop at retail giant Walmart. For decades, the company has been known for its bargain-basement prices. In fact, you might assume that it’s... → Read More

11 Ways to Make Money From What You Find Around the House

Spring cleaning season is in full swing, so slap on some gloves, open the closet door and get ready to dig out those long-forgotten items. But before tossing unwanted items in the trash, think... → Read More

Money Matters: How Do I Find a Good Side Hustle?

Dear Miss Money Matters, I am pregnant with my second child and want to stay home with my kids for a few years. But I'm not sure that we can afford for me to stop working completely. Are there any... → Read More

Money Matters: How Do I Invest Without Much Money?

Dear Miss Money Matters, How can I start investing if I know nothing and have very little money to begin? Firms seem to be hands-on and helpful if you can start with thousands of dollars. If you can... → Read More

10 Easy Ways Every Boomer Can Catch Up on Retirement Savings

Listen up, baby boomers. Almost 40 percent of adults 55 and older have less than $50,000 in retirement savings, and about one-third have less than $10,000 saved. That means many of you have a lot of... → Read More

15 Cheap Travel Spots That Are Worth Visiting

These U.S. destinations offer more bang for your buck. → Read More

These Are the 5 Best Cities for Mom Entrepreneurs, Study Finds

Being an entrepreneur can be challenging -- especially if you're a mom who has to balance the needs of a family and business. However, you might face fewer hurdles toward successful entrepreneurship depending on where you live. → Read More

Costly Mistakes You’re Making While Grocery Shopping

If you want to save money on your food expenses, you're probably better off preparing meals at home rather than dining out. But even if you're buying most of your food at the grocery store, there's a... → Read More

This Is Why Nearly 30% of Americans Aren’t Saving More Money

Several past GOBankingRates surveys have found that the majority of Americans have very little set aside in a savings account or retirement account. For example, a 2017 survey of more than 8,000... → Read More

Dumb Expenses You Need to Slash From Your Budget Now

Nearly half of all Americans are living paycheck to paycheck -- and 69 percent have less than $1,000 in a savings account -- according to two GOBankingRates surveys. That's a good indication that... → Read More

Interesting Facts You Should Know About Your Paycheck

Most workers are well aware of how much money they receive per pay period, but not many people know anything more about the paycheck. Understanding payroll services and how people get paid in the U.S. might help you make the most of your paycheck. With that in mind, check out these 10 interesting facts about the paycheck you might not know — but should. → Read More

How Much Would You Have If You Saved $1 a Day for Your Entire Life?

A dollar doesn't go as far as it used to -- or does it? It's true that you can't get much for $1 these days. But if you set aside $1 each day, you actually can get a lot of bang for your buck.... → Read More

Fewer Than 50% of Americans Think They Will Retire in Their 60s

Here's why you're falling behind on retirement savings. → Read More