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Are you underpaid? America's biggest public companies are now required to disclose their workers' median annual salary. Find out how much retail jobs pay, ranked from rank from companies with the lowest pay to highest pay.
We did the math to calculate exactly how long it would take Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff to earn the $190 million he used to buy Time magazine
Marc Benioff and wife Lynne Benioff recently announced they're buying Time Magazine for $190 million — but the acquisition is only around 21% of Benioff's estimated $900 million earnings from March 2017 to March 2018, according to our calculations.
Yachts cost a lot more than the price its owner bought it for. There are additional expenses like yacht crew, dockage, fuel, and maintenance that easily add millions of dollars to the cost annually. See how much owning a superyacht really costs.
From a $10,000 celebration at a country club to a 6-figure ceremony in Central Park, here’s what 7 real couples spent on their weddings
The average cost of a wedding in America is $33,391, according to The Knot, and more than half of couples go into debt to pay for their wedding. We talked to seven former brides about their wedding budget, and how much they actually spent will surprise you.
A look at the life and fortune of John McCain, who has a sprawling real estate portfolio and donated $1.7 million in book sales to charity
Senator John McCain will no longer continue receiving medical treatment for brain cancer, according to his family. He quietly sits on a $200 million-plus fortune with his wife Cindy McCain. Take a look at their homes, cars, and donations.
A growing number of Americans over age 65 are filing for bankruptcy just to get by, and it could signal a larger problem in the US
More older Americans are filing for bankruptcy, reports The New York Times, citing a study from the Consumer Bankruptcy Project. The costs of aging have been off-loaded onto a population with limited resources that hasn't saved enough for retirement.
I asked 3 early retirees how people know they’re ready to stop working, and they all said the same thing
Are you ready to quit work and retire early? We talked to three early retirees, and they all had the same thing to say about the right time to retire early. Hint: it doesn't involve money.
People assume trust-fund babies are spoiled 20-somethings born with silver spoons — but they’re not always who you think
Trust-fund babies are stereotyped as over-privileged, spoiled 20-somethings with no responsibilities and who never have to lift a finger. The allergic-to-work stereotype of people with trust funds is a stereotype, not the norm.
Student loan debt is climbing into marriages — and not in a good way. More than 10% of divorced borrowers blame their divorce on student loan debt, according a new report by Student Loan Hero. It's just another factor in a host of financial problems millennials are facing.
Saving for early retirement is one thing, but will those savings actually last an early retiree throughout the course of his or her lifetime? After all, $1 million is no longer what it used to be. Here's what you need to consider when figuring how much you need to save for early retirement.