Your plastic bank cards are ruining you.
Those small rectangles in your wallet might seem harmless, but, without even realizing it, your debit and credit cards have trained you to develop unhealthy behaviors. Keep reading
There are millions of places to learn about money. Newspapers, blogs, podcasts, and books – just to name a few. But these will never, ever be able to give you the full story. Keep reading
If you received a raise tomorrow, what would you do with the extra money?
Most people would celebrate—maybe with a nice dinner out or a great bottle of wine, which you deserve. However, earning more should not always change your current or long-term spending habits. Keep reading
Navigating through our financial life is a lot like navigating across country by car. First, you have to determine your destination. Next you have to determine where you will stop in between. Then you evaluate the different routes that will get you to those stops, and eventually, you reach your final destination. The alternative is to simply hop in the car and head out on a road trip and see where we end up. Keep reading
I’m a 20-something living in Manhattan. I work in finance, don’t have a drug problem and yet my bank account balance says $70 dollars and it’s only the 5th of the month.
How exactly did this happen? Tasti D lite, US Weekly, manicures and cabs. It all adds up. Keep reading