Successful budgeting tends to depend on two things: careful planning and a steady income.
The first, anyone can do. The second isn’t so simple. More
I am a trust fund baby. Ever since I can remember, I knew that there was an investment account with my name on it with enough money to buy a home, in cash.
Most of us wouldn’t think to associate the words “joblessness” and “fun,” but unemployment coach Katie DeVito says she wouldn’t have it any other way: ”The best thing that ever happened to me was getting laid off.” More
In 2009, I was a very senior executive celebrating my fourth anniversary at a brokerage firm. More
When my mother passed away unexpectedly at the age of 52, I figured out the hard way that people need help managing money. I was 24 at the time—not an age at which you’d expect to get that phone call. More
Off the top of your head, which careers earn a million-dollar salary?
Star athlete, celebrity or CEO comes to mind, but we’re leaving out a surprising career path: college president. More
These days, job hopping is practically a way of life. Gone is the idea of spending four decades at one company, ultimately retiring with a gold watch and a pension plan.
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It’s the quintessential American concept: Start a business from a simple idea, and then watch it explode into a multimillion-dollar corporation.
Of course, most people who decide to become entrepreneurs have a plan. A little money, perhaps. And maybe some contacts.
The mere thought of receiving severance sends shivers up many people’s spines.
Severance implies termination. Out of work. No job. And worse—lost wages. But severance also protects both employees and the employer.
We love her. We hate her. We love her. We hate her.
Since accepting the position as Yahoo CEO, Marissa Mayer has not stopped making waves. We loved her as a strong, powerful, female CEO of a big, important company … then some were irked when she took a two-week maternity leave after giving birth to her first child. More
Are you seeing May flowers yet?
We know you’re probably itching to get outside and bask in the sunshine—or tackle some home improvement projects. So we won’t keep you. Below, find the five May financial to-dos that will help keep your finances in order into the summer and beyond. More