This blog post is in partnership with Metromile Auto Insurance. Despite how they’re marketed, some higher-priced items aren’t any better than their more affordable counterparts. Raise your hand if you like expensive things. Who doesn’t? It’s no secret that we’re drawn to shiny objects, but here’s the problem: our brains are wired to assume that pricier […]
If I had to edit the expression, I might suggest something to the effect of, “Set it, but don’t forget to check in once in a while.”
This article is sponsored by VSP Individual Vision Plans. When it comes to personal health care costs, the U.S. surpasses many other countries, taking a sizeable bite out of our annual budgets. Out-of-pocket health care expenses here in the U.S. rank highest among developed nations including Switzerland, Australia, and Japan. According to a recent analysis, […]
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Four years ago I wrote and stated in public that I “inadvertently” became the breadwinner in my relationship. Like, I didn’t intend for it to happen. I just married for love and…welp, here I am!
But that is so far from the truth.
Saving and investing money can be easier than you think, especially with the help of our smartphones. I stopped by LIVE with Kelly and Ryan to share my favorite personal finance apps that I cannot live without.
A funny thing happened after I had my first kid—my income doubled. I had taken time off work for a couple months after Evan was born, and wanted badly to phase back into a work routine. But I also knew that my new life as a mother had changed things.
There’s almost nothing less fun than looking over your bank statements and realizing you spent $150 on lattes last month. That’s probably why so many of us avoid looking at our statements at all, unless something’s obviously wrong—we’d rather not be reminded of the damage we’re doing.
Anna’s email requesting help with her finances began with a unique confession: Farnoosh, my money problem garners little sympathy,” the 32-year-old wrote. “My issue is that I make too much of it. Now, THIS is interesting, I thought. I immediately followed up with many questions.
In the January 2018 issue of O, The Oprah Magazine I ask Baked by Melissa cofounder Melissa Ben-Ishay how she started her cupcake empire—and how you can cook up a business plan of your own.