When your loved ones ask for help, your first instinct is probably to say yes, no matter the situation. No one wants to turn down a family member or friend in need, but constantly sacrificing your resources can become a dangerous cycle.
One of the top skills people wish they’d learned in school is basic money management, but personal finance lessons are usually left up to parents.
When people plan for retirement, they’re often thinking about all the places they’ll travel to or the passion projects they can pursue in their newfound free time.
It seems that everyone’s talking about cryptocurrency these days, and where there’s buzz, there’s sure to be scammers taking advantage of people who don’t know any better.
Money can frustrate the best of us at times, and often these problems are self-inflicted. According to neuroscientist, Moran Cerf, saving money and having a greater sense of control over your money, comes down to changing your perception of financial timelines.
Cheating isn’t always about sex. According to a 2016 Harris poll, almost half of Americans (42%) say they’ve committed some form of financial infidelity.
Earlier this month, hundreds of workers in Mumbai were investigated and dozens arrested for one of India’s largest scams. Targeting thousands of US citizens, the call center workers posed as IRS officials “in order to steal tens of millions of dollars, Indian police have said.
In a recent interview with ESPN E:60, running back Trent Richardson revealed that friends and family spent $1.6 million of his NFL earnings over the course of 10 months in 2015.