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See How Much Money People Make in Every Neighborhood in Every City in America
It takes a lot more than a healthy bank account and nice skin to live a full and happy life, whether you’re 29 or 59. Most of us know how to succeed, we just happen to let ourselves –– and a few convenient lies –– get in the way.
From controlling lights at home through a mobile app to investing in smart appliances that cut down on energy use and costs, there are myriad high-tech options on the market that make the home more sustainable.
The good news is that, despite what 50 Cent may tell you, we generally don’t die if we lose. The bad news is, evolution hasn’t exactly helped us adapt to this new lifestyle, and as a result your brain continually tells you to do some things that will keep you poor forever.
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By sharing products with others instead of buying them outright just for yourself, you can often save a significant amount of money in the long run.
Everyone loves a good deal, but going cheap at the expense of your health, home or sanity is just plain stupid. To get you on track, here are rounded up 12 of the most penny smart and pound foolish moves you can ever make with your money.
Discretionary income is the amount of money left over after taxes are taken out, bills are paid, and basic needs are covered. Thanks to a recent study from Experian Marketing Services, we learn how much extra cash Americans have on hand and what they are doing with it.
No one ever said that single-serving coffee machines and the coffee cups and brewing pods you need to operate them were cheaper than buying and brewing your own coffee at home, but they’re certainly more convenient. Each of us has to decide how much we’re willing to pay for convenience, but the price of that convenience can be as high as $51/lb.
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It is interesting to parse all the billions in market cap in relation to the actual people who work for these companies. How much money and value is being pulled in per employee? And which tech companies are getting the biggest bang for their payroll buck?
How much are people spending on flowers, candy, greeting cards and sparkly baubles? What should you buy for your Valentine this year? And what’s going on with Virginia Beach? Pre-order a bouquet, chill a bottle of champers and start building your candy stash. VDay is on its way.
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