It’s easy to hold resentment about your financial investment if your partner isn’t matching your contributions to keeping the relationship alive.
Producer’s note: Someone on Quora asked: Millennials: Does working in sales suck? Here is one of the best answers that’s been pulled from the thread. 1. The cutthroat nature of working on a sales team is reprehensible.
I see codewords a $15 trillion dollar industry uses to hypnotize its religious adherents to BELIEVE.
As long as you live within your means, other expenses, including transportation, clothing, laundry, extra traveling, special occasions, and souvenir shopping shouldn’t cost too much. I estimated around an extra $700.
The transition to a nearly paperless economy seems to be on the horizon. An empty wallet is no longer a sign of being a broke college kid; it simply identifies a person who is “with the times” financially.
What’s your net worth?
CD laddering — have you heard of it?
Building a credit history seems easy enough, right? You pay things with your card, you pay it off at the end of the month, and you get to see your score go up. Well, it doesn’t quite work like that. Applying for a card can be frustrating especially if you have no credit to start from. You might be rejected from every single card you apply for. If that happens, you might feel like there’s no hope for you, but don’t give up just yet!
A vacation can be loaded with fun but that fun includes the high cost of accommodations. Hotels plus attractions, excursions, shopping and dinner require deep pockets. No matter what draws you to your next travel destination, beautiful beaches, theme parks, wildlife or shopping, why spend hundreds of dollars nightly on a hotel? Instead, spend it on food, partying, excursions and all the other fun things to do by sharing your accommodations. After all, how much time do you really spend in your hotel room anyways? These five tips will put you in-the-know for some great savings.
Our experiences make us who we are, connect us with other people, and bring us great amounts of happiness.