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Apple Store employees feel like robots, Goldman’s alt-investment ‘storefront,’ and a foolproof budget spreadsheet
Here are the top business stories you need to read this week, including Apple Store culture, Goldman's push into alts, and a budget spreadsheet.
A couple who engineers all their trips to cost ‘nothing’ explains how they broke even on a $37,000 tour of the US national parks
While the trip cost about $36,800, they earned roughly the same amount during that time through side hustles, part-time work, and rental income.
My fiancé and I have saved over $100,000, traveled, bought a house, and built wealth — all thanks to a change we made 2 years ago
Bethany McCamish, a writer and designer, lives in Washington with her fiancé, an electrical engineer. Here's where their $11,500 a month income goes.
Making the same mistakes as her parents landed her in $100,000 of debt, but learning from those mistakes changed her life.
My fiancé and I live on half of our income so we can pay off $75,000 in student loans and still save for retirement. Here’s what a typical ...
Bethany McCamish is a freelance writer and designer who lives in Vancouver, Washington, with her fiancé, an electrical engineer.
A financial therapist says penny-pinching probably isn’t going to help you spend less, but the occasional splurge might
If you say no to eating out with friends every time they ask, your deprivation might cause you to overdo it later on, leading you to spend more money.
I want to move in with my girlfriend, but she’s a spender and I’m a saver. How can we avoid financial tension when we’re sharing a r...
Approach the discussion as a way to get to know your partner better. With practice, difficult conversations like these will get easier.
I work for myself, save 50% of my income, and still have money left over to travel. Here’s how it breaks down.
I'm able to save about 50% of my $85,000 income this year because I control my three biggest expenses: housing, transportation, and food.
The zero-based method, the envelope method, and the 50/20/30 method are all popular budgeting strategies people swear by.
People who are good with money aren't buying or leasing new cars, chasing designer items, or wanting the biggest and best houses.