Articles about Finances
35% of Americans would give up the right to vote for a raise
LendEDU surveyed 1,238 employed people in the U.S. and asked what they would be willing to sacrifice for a 10% raise and the results were interesting, to say the least.
Reputation (not skill) more likely to get a crowdsourcing idea funded
When you're buying an unfinished product from someone crowdfunding their idea on the internet, trust matters — even more than actual skill.
Survey: Salary is more taboo than sex, marriage woes and STDs
We are more willing to bring up our messy marriages, conniving coworkers, and declining health before we bring up salaries with our closest friends.
What are millennials doing wrong when it comes to their careers?
Here are the major themes I notice from my millennial peers, clients, and friends who have not found success in their careers.
5 simple ways to spring clean your finances
Spring has sprung! The weather has become warmer, the days are longer and everything seems fresh and new. It’s now the perfect time to have that much-needed sort out, not just of your home, but your finances too.
Stop spending so much!
We’re spending too much money, and part of the reason is that it’s just so incredibly easy to buy things. Here's how to make it harder on yourself.
How to lower your bills: Tips from the FBI’s top hostage negotiator
How to lower your bills by using the same persuasive techniques as an FBI hostage negotiator.
Erasing your ‘sucker score’ and other life lessons on debt
Instead of thinking a higher credit score is better, here's why you should get your debt to zero.