On occasion, I review my net worth journey and subsequently, my money journey, going from being in debt to having a 6-figure net worth. It’s kind of my only motivation not to
I don’t even own a single pair of sweatpants to begin with, but don’t wear sweatpants to fancy stores if you want to be treated well. “Outside, Jeremy informs me
Seriously! You think $2000 or $7000 is nothing and not worth the risk to negotiate when you start at a new job but it is the BEST TIME to ask for money. When you start a new job, y
Pauline wrote a great post called: The French Approach to Debt, and being with someone who is from France (and who has worked all over Europe) who has lived in the U.S. with me as
Ever wonder how far $1 million goes in real estate in the U.S.? Here’s an interesting chart from Slate: SF is ridonculus. So is Detroit.
Taking into account that you probably had anywhere from $16,000 – $60,000 (*raises hand*) in student loans, having ANYTHING saved for retirement by the age of 30 would be a m
When you first start budgeting and you have NEVER tracked your expenses, it can be hard to know what you are really spending on things like gas, food, and eating out. Here are a fe
Rihanna is saying her accountant Gounis from Berdon LLP screwed her in the following ways: Didn’t tell her she was running out of cash (went from $11 million in cash to $2 mi