You bring your canvas bags to the grocery store. You walk to work. You’ve cut back on the hamburgers (and the cheese plates, too). But you want to do more to fight climate change. Specifically, you want to do more with your money.
First comes love, then comes … prenup? If you’re a millennial, maybe. Prenuptial agreements, commonly known as prenups, are legal documents that outline how engaged couples will divide their assets if they divorce. And, in recent years, more millennials have been requesting them, according to a survey of matrimonial lawyers.
For many of us, the beginning of the year involves cutting back: on Negronis, Nutella, Netflix, on whatever we previously overindulged in — which often includes unnecessary spending. But what about forgoing the act of shopping altogether?
A recent study found that your student loans might not be to blame for your lack of retirement savings.
More years of playing golf, rocking on the porch, reading books … and paying for it all.
5 Money Conversations to Have at Your Kitchen Table...
Free booze! And snacks! So many outlets! It’s not a stretch to say the Chase Sapphire Reserve has ruined me. But though it might be the hottest card on the block right now, it’s not the only one that offers complimentary airport lounge access to its cardholders.
With so much financial advice out there, it’s tough to know what you should listen to.
Some tips are so obscure or impractical they don’t apply to anyone. On the other hand, certain nuggets of truth can transform the way you think about your money — you just have to find them.
I had a crush for several months before ever making a move. I'd scroll through the feeds of my favorite food bloggers, daydreaming of what the future could hold: stove-to-oven creations like eggplant parm and mac and cheese, hearty breakfasts, cozy dinners, stories and recipes to share with the next generation.
The cappuccino, made with locally-roasted beans, comes complete with a flawless flower swirled in the foam. Filled with light, subway tile and loopy hand-lettering, Tandem Bakery in Portland, Maine has all the hallmarks of a hipster enclave. Heck, it's even named after a type of bicycle.