I told you I was going to do an advice column.
I make more than $500K annually, but less than $700K.
Do you have honest conversations about money when you’re not on The Billfold?
First off is joining a federation of your choice. I picked the USAPL due to the fact that it is drug-free.
It’s the old “spread your retirement throughout your life” argument.
“Middle Class Snack Kid” is a term I made up for people who do not spend a lot on themselves on the whole, but are running themselves into the ground buying food and drink.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to let go of those financial questions you’ve been hanging onto.
The first time I tried physical therapy, I paid $10 a session as therapists treated the wrong part of my back.
It’s time to tally up how much I spent over the past (long) weekend, hanging out with friends at the Travelers’ Rest music festival in Missoula.
The Washington Post just launched a new series called “Growth,” and the first installment is titled “I was failing at my relationship with money. Here’s what I did to fix it.”
In May, I glimpsed something black-and-white disappearing into the shrubbery.
Mac (not her real name) is a 31-year-old Content Specialist living in Austin.
It goes without saying that the last seven months have been extremely stressful for my dad, myself, and my entire family.
This is perhaps the closest I’ll get to speaking from beyond the grave: my phone, set to speaker mode, cutting through the silence in my apartment as I talk about postmortem arrangements with a funeral home employee.
In July I received $4,528.17 in freelance income and $207.22 in book royalties, or $4,735.39 total.
The next installment in Carolita Johnson’s “A Woman’s Work” series is up at Longreads.
It’s not hard to get a job at a major company’s corporate headquarters, especially if you treat it like a goal.