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Prisoners Talk About How They Make and Waste Money on the Inside

"My mate books escorts and then I ring him at the brothel. I’ll listen as he fucks them how I want."
Mahmood Fazal
6.20.18
Payday

At Underearners Anonymous, Being Broke Is a 'Disease'

According to this 12-step programme, having no money is basically a personal failing.
Sofia Barrett-Ibarria
6.15.18
Payday

How to Be an Artist Without Being Poor as Hell

Melbourne sculptor Mathieu Briand on the secret to pulling in five figures a month.
Sam Nichols
6.14.18
hard time

We Asked Prisoners How They Would Blow Lottery Winnings

The criminal lifestyle is fuelled by one motivator: money.
Mahmood Fazal
6.13.18
money

What Age Should You Get Your Financial Shit Together?

We asked the only people we know who've successfully done it—our parents.
VICE Staff
7.5.17
VICELAND

How to Make Money in Toronto

Learn how an ex-drug dealing window washer and a paid-to-party girl hustle in the competitive city of Toronto in the season finale of 'PAYDAY.'
VICE Staff
12.30.16
Stuff

Getting Paid in Fort McMurray

On an all new episode of 'PAYDAY,' we meet an oil worker, a dog sledder, an exotic dancer, and a boxer as they face the repercussions a massive wild fire has had on their lives and their jobs.
VICE Staff
12.16.16
Stuff

How Baltimore's Dirt Bike Riders Make a Living

On tonight's episode of 'PAYDAY,' VICE heads to Baltimore to see how a stunt bike rider, an illegal tattoo artist, a hookah business owner, and a photographer spend and save their money.
VICE Staff
12.2.16
Vice Blog

What to Expect from VICELAND's New Show 'Payday'

'Payday' host Rollie Pemberton breaks down the social and financial issues that VICELAND's latest show addresses.
VICE Staff
11.25.16
Stuff

How to Make Money in Memphis

On an all new episode of our VICELAND series 'PAYDAY,' we head to Tennessee to meet four 20-somethings as they navigate living and working in the city.
VICE Staff
11.18.16
Stuff

Watch the Premiere of VICELAND's New Show 'PAYDAY'

In our new series we follow 20-somethings around over the course of a single pay-period to learn how they make their money, what they spend it on, and how they overcome struggle.
VICE Staff
11.11.16