Whenever I’m on Facebook or Instagram, I’m inundated with ads for apps that promise to give me extra money.
Between the holiday seasons of 2014 and 2016, I made the dramatic jump from girlfriend to stepmom (with preteens) in a new (much larger) home.
In 2011, armed with a webcam and a desire to belong to an online community of nerds, I started making YouTube videos.
I had never expected to lose my hair, and certainly not at 23.
He wants to know how much money drivers actually make, after they subtract their costs.
I needed cash, so I got a job at a movie theater.
And automatically deducts 5 percent from their paychecks.
Kentucky Fried Chicken is selling an “Internet Escape Pod” for $10,000.
Staying calm and connected when you’re a remote employee.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to estimate how much we’re going to be spending over Thanksgiving weekend.
I run with friends, I hike with friends, and I only like to cook when there are other people helping in the kitchen. An investment club would be the same thing, right?
Slate breaks it down—and tells you what you can buy with your extra money.
They also profile the comment section.
It’s just not fair. If I had a dollar for every time I have uttered those words in 60 years, I would have had the $18,997 needed to pay for that car.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time to set a financial goal for the week.
As you might remember from my Monday Check-In, I shipped my first eight boxes to Cedar Rapids this weekend.
This game is a lovely simulation of paycheck-to-paycheck living.
If you were on Twitter this weekend, you might have seen a lot of people respond to this tweet.
Curbed looks into why furniture is so expensive AND so poorly made.