Money

Money

A Six-Year-Old Korean YouTuber Just Bought a Home Worth $8 Million

Her multimillion-dollar purchase comes after critics accused the star’s parents of child abuse and profiting off her wild success.
Meera Navlakha
7.30.19
consumer rights

This App Uses a Burner Credit Card to Automatically Cancel Free Trials

DoNotPay seeks to help consumers fight back against the “industrialized scams” known as free trials.
Edward Ongweso Jr
7.22.19
News

Will Singapore Become a Safety Net for Hong Kong’s Millionaires?

A wealth manager has admitted to seeing a large flow of money coming to Singapore following Hong Kong's protests.
Meera Navlakha
7.15.19
housing

The Reality of Living in the Back of a Van

The aspirational hashtag #vanlife has over 5.4 million posts on Instagram, but the truth looks very different.
Tom Robinson
Freya Marshall Payne
7.3.19
spending

Don't Buy This: Pre-Chopped Fruits and Vegetables Are a Big Waste of Money

Don’t let your chronic laziness get the best of you. Simply taking the time to chop food yourself can save $100 a month (or more).
Jubilee Baez
6.24.19
Culture

New Zealand Is Burning Out a Generation of Young Artists

The country is being praised for their “wellbeing” budget, which measures quality of life alongside money. But artists are still feeling the impact of funding cuts that have made it seemingly impossible to forge a fair living as a creative.
Amanda Jane Robinson
6.18.19
food news

Granddad Says He Won $344 Million Lotto Jackpot Thanks to Fortune Cookie

“I hope it don't change me a lot. I'm still going to wear my jeans. Maybe newer ones.”
Jelisa Castrodale
6.6.19
lifestyle

An Afternoon of Rich People, Celebrities, and Super-Yachts at the London Boat Show

Scenes from an event so posh that the dude who played the Earl of Grantham on "Downton Abbey" was posing for pictures by wrapping himself in a British flag.
Simon Childs
6.5.19
Money

The Cult of Home Ownership Tortures Millennials Unnecessarily

Experts say the astronomical cost of living in big cities is burden enough without adding the stress of buying a home at any cost.
Anne Gaviola
5.29.19
Money

The NXIVM 'Sex Cult' Story Keeps Getting More Disturbing

Lauren Salzman testified that Keith Raniere envisioned thousands of "slaves" and even one of them running for office.
Sarah Berman
5.20.19
Australia Today

There’s a Typo on 46 Million of Australia’s Freshly-Minted Banknotes

The spelling mistake has been printed on $2.3 billion worth of hard currency.
Gavin Butler
5.10.19
jobs

I Quit My Accounting Job in Vancouver and Moved to Bali to Be a YouTuber

How Christian LeBlanc is making six figures travelling the world.
Anne Gaviola
5.8.19
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