Wednesday, June 20, 2018
Personal Finance

Personal Finance

Why a 20% raise isn't enough for Arizona teachers

Arizona Governor Doug Ducey has pledged to give teachers a 20% raise by 2020. But teachers say...

Taking a year off at 38, with a plan to retire at 48

April 20 is Scott Sherman's 38th birthday. His gift to himself? Quitting his 9-to-5 job for a...

Georgia governor candidate Stacey Abrams is $200,000 in debt. She's not alone

Stacey Abrams, the Democratic frontrunner in Georgia's governor race, said her struggles with debt "will sound familiar to others who are the first in their families to earn...

Do I really need a financial adviser?

If I just invest my money in some good low-cost mutual funds, do I really need to...

Karl Marx ?0 bills are red hot

It turns out €0 bills are a hot item right now. The German city of Trier...

No retirement savings and nearly out of time? Here's how to compensate

Though we're told to prioritize retirement savings during our working years, it's estimated that nearly half of...

Will closing a credit card hurt my score?

Credit cards tend to get a bad rap in the personal finance world, but in reality, they're...

How to put an end to vacation shaming

You've planned the perfect vacation: got good deals on the hotels and airfare, created a jammed-packed itinerary...

Kate and William can afford 3 kids. Many Brits cannot

For the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, having three kids won't break the bank. For many other...

How do you talk about fertility at work?

Your womb, your ovaries, your ovulation — not exactly things we think of as water cooler conversation....
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