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.
It’s Monday, which means it’s time to set some financial goals.
Here’s another story of jerks and schadenfreude: as USA Today reports, Anthony Scaramucci might owe “12 million or more” in capital gains taxes, thanks to his recent tour of the White House.
We could be saving so much money by living together.
We’re about to start our Money and Relationships series here at The Billfold, and The Cut’s newest Money Mom column fits right in to this discussion.
Good news for people who like affordable healthcare and hate jerks: Martin Shkreli has been found guilty of fraud and faces a lengthy prison sentence.
Recently, I found a portion of stale fries in the ball pit, along with another kind of ablution that I won’t mention.
So I’ll try to keep my chill, but here’s where I want to start: by talking about the distinction between content and carrier.
I was sitting at a café in downtown Berkeley when I found out that one of my favorite bookstores was closing. What’s odd is that my mother — 2,800 miles away in upstate New York — was the one to give me the news.
The numbers make sense, but it’s hard to fathom them.
How much money would it take to get you to go to the gym at least once a week? As The Washington Post reports, the answer isn’t $30. Or $60.
It’s been documented that I enjoy a good gift card. So when a friend sent me a MealPal referral link that would give me a $50 gift card if I signed up for one month, I decided to give it a try.
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This week, The Wall Street Journal reports that population mobility is the lowest its ever been—or, at least, it’s the lowest it’s been since we started tracking.
Paying attention to your money versus allocating every dollar.
Celia (not her real name) is a 30-year-old nonprofit director in Lansing, Michigan.