Lena Dunham's New Show Is About... Finance Bros?
Dunham will EP and direct the new HBO series, 'Industry.'
How to Have Money
Once you have it there are a lot of things you can do with it. Kate Carraway is here to steer you in the right direction.
Andrew Yang Is the Tech-Loving 2020 Candidate Promising Free Money for All
Andrew Yang is advancing the most transformative agenda of any Democrat in the 2020 race, even though hardly anyone has heard of him.
I Tested the Saving Technique That Promises Retirement at 40
The FIRE—"financial independence, retire early"—movement is all about hoarding enough cash before investing it and living off the dividends.
Views My Own
Young People Are Doomed by Student Loans, Not the National Debt
Rich old people love to freak out about the budget deficit. They are ignoring a much bigger issue.
I Rented a Friend to See if I Could Cure My Loneliness
One in three of us would describe ourselves as "socially isolated." Can salvation be bought for $25 an hour?
The VICE Guide to Life
How to Start Saving Money When You’re Broke
You don't need to win the lottery to get a little extra cash in your pocket. Small changes can add up to big savings.
Massive Data Leaks Keep Happening Because Big Companies Can Afford to Lose Your Data
When criminal hackers keep breaking into big company networks to grab consumer data, the reason comes down to dollars and nonsense.
The Power and Privilege Issue
Don’t Let Them Tell You That Your Job Determines the Respect You Deserve
The struggle to support oneself and its accompanying anguish are nothing new. But there’s something uniquely maddening about the financial anxiety Millennials must wrestle with today.
How Old Is Too Old to Live with Your Parents?
The question that's launched a thousand Reddit threads.
The VICE Guide to Right Now Podcast
Being a Freelancer Can Really Suck
A conversation with the editor-in-chief of FREE, VICE's new personal finance site.
The VICE Guide to Right Now
Millennials Are Missing Out on Life Because They Have More Debt Than Savings
A dark new poll found many 18- to-34-year-olds are waiting to have kids, get married, buy a house, or save for retirement because of crushing debt.