I finally plucked up the courage to have a Conversation About Money. I appreciated the invites and loved spending time together, I told him, but this lifestyle was out of my price range.
Is your favorite low-cost index fund making airfare more expensive?
I know I brag about planning my meals so I don’t need to eat takeout the night before a trip, but…
Advice on making the most of your experience while job-searching in a new field.
Instead of charging by the hour or by the day, Lyft charged employees $200 per spot per month.
I saw the same warning signs as everybody else. I remember standing in my mom’s living room watching CNN as the oil prices started climbing higher and higher while the stock market started tanking.
Capitalism, cockroaches, and love are the only things that survive nuclear war.
Why even go to the job fair? Why waste time and money printing paper resumes that these employers don’t want?
Losing the debit card for your only bank account and not having a credit card to back you up really tightens the ol’ belt!
It’s Thursday, which means it’s time to Do 1 Thing.
The rich have been getting richer and the poor have been getting poorer, and now we have a hockey-stick-shaped chart to prove it.
When my partner and I decided to get married, we didn’t ask our parents for a blessing or go see a spiritual adviser—we went to see a financial adviser.
The reason Lam and Cheng were able to purchase the privately owned street is because the homeowners’ association failed to pay its street taxes for… wait, three decades?
I want a tote bag that looks nice and professional, and I want to bring my lunch to work. I need these two options to co-exist, and I’m finding more and more that they don’t.
It’s Wednesday, which means it’s time to get ahead of our financial questions.
Janet Mock interviews Jenner about her early life, her relationship with (and divorce from) Robert Kardashian, and her marriage to Caitlyn Jenner—who wasn’t doing very well financially when the two met.
In this installment of TV Take Five, Sue tells her boss, the Vice President of the United States, exactly what it would take to keep her happy in her job. If only it could work like this in real life.
I would work and save for two years, from the end of April 2015 to the beginning of May 2017. The goal was to save at least $40,000 dollars, which I would then use to start a business.
Today’s must-read longread comes from Quartz: “Multilevel-marketing companies like LuLaRoe are forcing people into debt and psychological crisis.”
Ten years and 120 payments sounded daunting, but now that I’m halfway there, I can almost see the top of the hill.