Next time you‘re upset with your paycheck, just remember you‘re rich compared to the rest of the world.
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With many credit card options on the market — from rewards points, to cash-back bonuses and more — the quest to save money and navigate credit card incentives has become a little more complicated.
Despite concerns about the future of Social Security, American workers are increasingly expecting to rely on Social Security retirement benefits from this government program. According to Gallup‘s annual Economy and Personal Finance survey, 36 percent of non-retirees — about 10 percentage points higher than a decade ago — say they‘re counting on Social Security to be a major source of their retirement income.
Only 13 percent of millennials report career ambitions of climbing the corporate ladder to become a president or CEO, according to a Bentley University-commissioned survey.
It might be hard to accept that someone’s pet earns more money than you do — but unless you’re really rich, it’s true. From internet sensations to movie stars and commercial actors to print models, cats, dogs and animals of all stripes have raked in millions — or even tens of millions — for their owners. Here are 20 pets who have made their owners rich.
If careers were like roads, there would be big Dead-End signs posted on millions of cubicles around the country. But careers are slightly more difficult to navigate than highways, and it‘s hard to know whether your job has you in the fast lane to a bright future — or on the road to nowhere.
Just hours after Amazon teased some of its major deals ahead of the kickoff of its "Prime Day," Walmart previewed some of its own deep discounts to CNNMoney.
You don’t have to give up fun even if you’re on a super-tight budget. You just have to get creative. Try these cheap date ideas to have a great — and potentially romantic — time without breaking your budget or even without spending any money at all.
Paying off large debt is by no means easy, but if you change your mindset and adjust your approach, you can trick yourself into getting out of debt.
Before your children turn 18, they are considered minors by law and are limited in what they can do with money. But once they are legal adults, they can make all sorts of financial decisions that can have long-term consequences for good or ill.