Sort of in the same vein as my earlier post in August: Outsourcing and how it affects the job market, I came across an interesting article: Are the Millennials the Screwed Generat
All this talk about women and their money is a big deal these days. Women do things with a rationality that may not necessarily always be clear to others. You may think someone who
Okay, so I really wanted that leather envelope clutch, but I have other things to use my money for. (I even saw a great looking clutch for $281 but then cringed at the pricetag, an
Canada versus U.S.? Canada wins.
Normally, I LOVE ordinary millionaire/rags-to-riches, stories on Dr. Stanley’s blog, but this entitled “Big House only after Big Wealth” made absolutely no sense
It goes without saying that 5% of a budget varies greatly, so here are some numbers to keep in mind: 5% of $150,000 = $7500 5% of $70,000 = $3500 5% of $20,000 = $1000 The percenta