Earlier this year, New Jersey became the second state (after Massachusetts) to ban cashless restaurants. To quote Restaurant Business:
Last month, I got an email informing me that one of the benefits associated with my American Airlines AAdvantage credit card would be “discontinued” in May:
When I was in grad school, I came home from class one day to find that one of my three roommates had moved out.
According to the 2018 Cannabis Price Index, buying legal weed in America will cost you between $7 and $11 per gram, depending on where you live. However, that won’t be much help when you’re trying to figure out whether a certain tincture or pack of gummies is a good deal. Likewise, certain strains of weed are more…
If you can put off claiming Social Security money for a few years, you can get higher monthly checks for the rest of your life.
Do you have a favorite financial guru? Are you a Dave Ramsey devotee or a Suze Orman enthusiast? Are you more likely to recommend Your Money or Your Life or The Millionaire Next Door?
I used to be a people-pleaser.
Few people want to consider what might happen after the death of a spouse, but it’s an inevitability that many of us will have to prepare for—and for widows or widowers who aren’t prepared, the period immediately after a spouse’s death can be a financial nightmare.
Now that most of us have paid our taxes—and now that we understand how our tax burden has shifted thanks to the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—it’s time to start planning for Tax Year 2019.
Did you get a tax cut this year? According to new data from the Tax Policy Center, the majority of Americans did in fact pay fewer taxes under the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act—but since many of us are getting smaller refunds (or no refunds at all), it might not feel like it.
Freelance writers: would you rather write three 500-word pieces for $150 each or one 1,500-word piece for $900?
Whether you like it or not, there are plenty of ways to gauge someone’s socioeconomic status before you ask them on a date. You might remember Anne Helen Petersen’s viral analysis of how much social and financial information we can pick up from a single Tinder photo, for example:
If you like both Airbnb and airline miles, a handful of airlines are ready to reward you for booking Airbnb stays through them—or for becoming an Airbnb host.
Earlier this year, Kiplinger released a tax burden calculator designed to show each of us how we compare to other Americans, in terms of our adjusted gross income and the amount of taxes we pay.
Last week, budget airline Wow Air went out of business, canceling all flights and stranding passengers wherever they happened to be at the time.
If you are among the 70% of Americans who are eligible to e-file your taxes for free—or among the nearly 100% of Americans who wish the tax filing process wasn’t so complicated—here’s what you need to know about a new bill that is rapidly working its way through Congress.
One of the worst things about paying taxes is that you often don’t know what your tax bill is going to be until right before the deadline.
How do you get quality feedback from your boss—and how do you get your boss to invest in helping you build your career?
What’s the one thing that separates the “super savers” from those of us who are simply trying to save whatever we can?
How much is your side hustle currently bringing in? How much do you think it’ll earn this year, based on your first-quarter revenue?