Eric Estevez is a freelance writer, blogger, finance coach, and tax accountant. He has been training in the grappling art of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu since 2010, currently holding the rank of Purple Belt. JiuJitsuFinance.com combines his passion and life's work where he teaches you how to do Financial Jiu-Jitsu! The blog focuses on financial literacy, as well as current financial issues for all ages.

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First and foremost, this article is only for those who are financial responsible.  Credit cards shouldn’t be part of a financial strategy conversation unless it’s proven that bills can be paid without paying overdraft fees.  That being said, credit cards can be a powerful tool if you know about them and know how to use […]

Whether it’s mobile payments, P2P transactions, or some other financial innovation, it’s obvious Fintech is growing fast!  Knowing what’s happening, getting information, and networking has never been so important in this young industry.  Below, you’ll find your guide to Fintech in 2017. Emerging Markets Africa and India are the real untapped markets Fintech is rapidly […]

The personal finance blogosphere has been increasing with each passing year.  With an larger list of attendees at their annual event called “FinCon”, it’s clear the niche is growing.  I was a first timer this past September, where the event was held in San Diego and the very fun cast of characters were interesting to say […]

Most people don’t budget.  Some don’t because they were not taught how to and others because they just don’t want to.  I’ve notice some weird psychology that takes over where many don’t want to know exactly what they are spending their money on.  It’s the old “out of site, out of mind” mentality, which gets us […]

Politics will always be a relevant issue.  Millennials are no exception to this rule.  While they came of age in a time where markets were crashing, the right mix of laws may jump start this economy back to the good ol’ days of the 80’s and 90’s.  Though your general worldview will influence what side […]

Millennials have been disrupting traditional companies for the better part of the last decade.  While busy with their side hustles and scrolling through social media, many still aspire to work at a company that invest in them.  Many look at them as lazy and entitled but there is another side to this story.  The rapid […]

The last ten to fifteen years have seen a great push for financial literacy, most of which has been through a flurry of books and non profit organizations.  I’ve compiled the list below as a resource for you to use in order to find reputable places that are supporting this cause.  Each of the mentions […]

Everyone is always looking for that next money hack, most of the time it is right under their nose.  Health Savings Accounts are rarely mentioned and widely underused.  The lack of attention it gets leads many to leaving tons of money on the table, especially when measured over a lifetime.  The Millennial generation should give […]

In achieving your financial goals, it’s always good to have a role model. Finding someone who has done what you are trying to accomplish before, will most certainly help you take the quicker path to success. I’ve put together the following list of people I follow hoping they can be as much help for you, […]

Now that 2016 is just about ending, it’s time to think about how we can better ourselves in the coming year. For example, where could we learn skills online? Below, I’ve provided 4 places you can. Instead of sticking to the old used up new year’s resolutions that you never keep, you may want to […]

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