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Even Millennials with Money Are Miserable Now
If you're not submerged in debt or the victim of a scam, you're still probably overwhelmed by worry about the future.
How to Achieve Your Financial Goals—Even When Your Motivation Runs Low
Smash your money goals without giving up your lattes by spending intentionally, finding smart ways to save, and boosting your income.
Suddenly Making Less Money May Increase Your Risk of Heart Disease—and Death
Losing your job can feel like a death sentence. New research shows the scary way that might actually be true.
The Truth About How Much Happiness Money Can Buy
Yes, money helps you like your life, but how much you enjoy it depends on how you get it and how you spend it.
VICE Guide to Life
How Much You Should Pay in Rent
So you’re finally ready to move out of mom and dad’s house. Now it's time to figure out how much you can afford to spend on rent and still have enough money leftover for all the fun things you want to do too.
The Average Nurse Makes Barely More Than They Did in 2005
Meanwhile, doctors and medical center CEOs saw much bigger increases.
Couples with Big Income Gaps Talk About Their Money Problems
“I think her salary just makes me feel inferior, and like we’re less equal partners.”
A Successful Artist Explains How to Make Art and Money
Australian sculptor Mathieu Briand spills the secret to pulling in five figures a month.
How Old Is Too Old to Live with Your Parents?
The question that's launched a thousand Reddit threads.
Rich People Know Less About Nutrition Than They Think
When surveyed on a variety of food topics, wealthy people fared no better—and sometimes worse—than their lower-earning peers.
New Fed numbers explain why Americans are gloomy about the future
No, Fast Food Isn't Just for 'Poor' People
A new study questions this pervasive stereotype about how often different socioeconomic classes hit the drive-thru window.