Millennials making “only” $100K (LOL) .. feel strapped for cash. Seriously? Are you kidding me right now? You are a single person, with no dependents, and you feel like
The Internal Revenue Services (IRS) says it is just easier to audit the poor. This makes sense, as poor people tend to not have as many incomes, anything tax-sheltered, etc. It wou
Truth: Rich people generally don’t tend to be known for being generous or kind. But why? Long story short, I can see some merits to what the article is saying – isolati
There is always an article out there with screaming headlines of what are the ‘proper’ things to spend money on, and what money smart people would NEVER waste their mon
Disclaimer: To be clear, I do not fully align with either of their views as a whole. I agree with some points from one, and the other, but I don’t agree with each of them 100
In the world of Save. Spend. Splurge.: If you’re so rich, why are you still working 70 hours a week?
This article completely resonated with me and the whole reason why I stopped working for a company as a consultant. To make it to Partner, or head level, you need to work long hour
I keep reading over and over again how if you are a big fish in a little money pond, you will be happier. What they mean is that if you know you are the biggest earner on the block
Psst! I gathered all of my money Instagram posts into one custom hashtag: #savespendsplurgemoney Would anyone be interested in a book condensing all of this into one concise read?
I am slightly guilty of this disease, I’ll admit that. You get used to having money and things done for what you are paying for that you can sometimes delude yourself into th