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.

Money seems to creep it’s way into everything we do, relationships are no different.  Dating, marriage, and even friendship can take a turn for the worse if money becomes an issue.  It would be wise for any of us to study not only the mechanics of our financials but the psychology of it.  As the […]

As Americans, we are very lucky to live in a country with such diverse prospects.  Whether it be living near tropical climate or sub zero temperatures, the choice is there to be made.  Though weather is one reason to choose a spot to live, finding the right financial climate is another.  I’ve done a bit […]

The holidays are here again and our pockets are already feeling the burn.  It’s the time of year where budgets go out the window.  It’s not easy, those last minute presents and dinners we host aren’t something most are willing to sacrifice.  At the same time, these few months are where we need to reevaluate […]

We can all agree how important it is to stay in touch with your financial situation.  That doesn’t solely encompass knowing how much you money you have or which financially savvy advisor you’re giving it to.  It means staying informed on current events, whether that is knowing what is going on with financial markets or […]

If you follow personal finance at all, you have likely heard that people don’t learn about money in school.  If so, you’ve heard correctly.  This is a topic you learn at home and if you didn’t you learned it at the “school of hard-knocks.”  Undoubtedly, many have gone into debt as a direct result of […]

While there are thousands of ebooks being published everyday and countless self-help books on the market, there are three must-reads for millennials building companies.  Don’t judge by the year they were written, as many of those who have “made it” still pay homage to these timeless texts.  Often, I am taken aback by the foresight several […]

Fintech is on fire right now!  With so many new startups and products being created, I thought I’d make it easier for you to decipher between the many choices available.  Below are three money apps that can positively influence your financial life.  If you’ve ever had spare change, tipped a server, or complained about transaction […]

With such a daunting tax code, many financial professionals recommend paying a tax pro to prepare tax returns. It’s so easy to miss a deduction or worse, make a mistake. Due to ease of use, software programs like TurboTax and H&R Block have gained popularity in recent years. Though cheaper, it’s still quite the time […]

As in anything we do, it’s important to create a routine that works for our lives. When is comes to finance, these seven financial rituals are sure to improve your bank account and overall financial productivity. While most people are living paycheck to paycheck and living above and beyond their means, it’s important to focus […]

Remember in school when the least popular subject was Math? Well, the grown up equal to that is money, more specifically taxes.  Our country has a problem with financial literacy, which means they don’t have a shot at understanding their tax return, without a good amount of effort.  Even worse, some see it as an […]

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