Articles about Personal Finance
This morning routine will make you a millionaire
If you fail to plan, then you plan to fail. Here are ingredients to a morning routine that allows you to live every day in a peak and heightened state.
Survey: This is the best city to retire in this year
New WalletHub data shows that Orlando, Florida is the best city to retire in this year, with a "total score" of 60.09 out of 100.
What to do when you hate your job (but need it)
When you hate your job but still need the money … you more or less have to “deal with it”. However, fortunately, you do have some options to help.
15 companies in New York right now hiring for $100K positions like crazy
Using data from its continuously updated database of high-paying jobs, Ladders compiled a list of the top 15 companies hiring for $100K jobs right now in New York and surrounding areas including New Jersey.
Study: 20 jobs where the number of women has skyrocketed
Recent data compiled by the site 24/7 Wall St.
What to do (and not do) when you’re unemployed
Unemployment can wreak havoc on your peace of mind and your finances. There are some steps you can take to try to limit that negative impact.
This is the best state to have a child in this year
All 50 states (plus D.C.) were examined for "health care," "family-friendliness," "cost" and "baby-friendliness" to find the best place to have a child.
Is impostor syndrome costing you money?
Impostor syndrome isn't just an annoying feeling making us doubt ourselves — it has far-reaching implications and could be impacting your career.
13 Starbucks hacks you need to know
It’s worth looking into how to get more bang for our (Star)buck – here are 13 time, money, and calorie hacks for Starbucks.
Elizabeth Taylor was a great actress but an even better negotiator
Elizabeth Taylor was a trailblazing businesswoman in the entertainment industry — with her role in Cleopatra in 1963 she became the first woman to negotiate (and receive) a one million dollar salary.
The one thing to keep in mind before investing your money
Investing money is one of the easiest ways to both save money and grow wealth. Rather than keeping your money stashed away in a savings account, you could invest it and watch it potentially grow. Sounds like a no-brainer, right?
The cities in America with the highest (and lowest) income inequality
We don’t all make the same. There are areas of the country that are more equal than others. These are the 10 cities with the highest income inequality.
Survey: 52% of Millennial parents think having kids has been good for their careers
51% of Millennials say they are more family-focused than career-focused and 48% Millennials predict they’ll attain the "American Dream" by age 40.
This map shows the highest-paying companies in every state
Some companies are paying big bucks to the Average Joe. Our new map breaks down the highest-paying companies by industry in every state.
Survey: Millennials say they need a salary of $80k ‘to feel happy’
Millennials, need an average salary of $80,000 "to feel happy" — those younger than 30 said $53,500, while those 30 and up said $101,500.
Good news: A lot of companies plan on giving out raises by end of year!
Employers are offering more palatable packages – and raises – to get employees to stay, a trend documented in a new report released by CareerBuilder.
Survey reveals the spending habits of Millennials (spoiler: they like coffee and eating out)
27% of Millennials dole out more money for coffee monthly than they save for retirement and 37% admit to saving nothing for their Golden Years.
How speaking up changed my financial future
Are you talking to anyone about money?
10 practical answers to 10 powerful questions
No one knows what they are doing. That’s life in 7 words. We’re all trying to figure things and out. That’s precisely what this article was about.
Survey: This state has the greatest health care system in 2018
Your state's health care system plays a significant role in how you fare when you get sick – but if you live in a specific New England area, you're in luck.
Survey: 42% of women think they make 10-20% less than male coworkers with comparable jobs
A survey shows that 42% of women think they earn 10-20% less than males and 42% agree the "pay gap" is the most significant problem women deal with at work.
6 legit jobs that seem too good to be true
Who says working a 9-to-5 job has to be a drag? Turning your biggest passion or a fun pastime into a career can make you start loving your life during the week rather than merely living for the weekend. And you’d be surprised by how many pleasurable activities in life can be turned into professions. Here are six unique passions you can turn into a career — and how to do it.
Where seniors are most housing cost-burdened
Across the 100 cities we analyzed, seniors who rent were over twice as likely to be housing cost-burdened as senior homeowners.
Americans spend 22% of their monthly income treating themselves
A recent survey found that we spend about $199 a month, or 22% of our disposable income, on non-essential items for ourselves.
Study says people over 40 could excel in a three-day workweek
You're about to get really excited about turning the big 4-0. A new study finds that workers over 40 are more productive over a three-day period.