Despite vows of fidelity on their wedding day, it’s not uncommon for married individuals to stray from their spouses. In fact, Statistic Brain research found that in 41 percent of marriages, one or both spouses admitted to physical or emotional cheating.
There are some bad habits you literally can’t afford to keep in 2018. From getting scammed to making poor personal and financial choices, some bad habits come with unexpected consequences.
Research suggests that the divide between the rich and poor has never been greater. Other than being born into a massive inheritance, what is it that leads the rich to be rich in the first place?
Between holiday shopping sales and keeping the kids busy on winter break, it’s easy to forget about the true meaning of the holidays. This year, take a step back and think about what will make this holiday season extra special for you and your family.
Although many people call the holiday season “the most wonderful time of the year,” not everyone spends December basking in warm, fuzzy feelings. In fact, the holidays can be incredibly painful for some.
Last month, the “Paul Newman watch” sold for almost $17.8 million. This rare Rolex watch worn by the late actor, Paul Newman is now the most expensive watch ever auctioned.
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.
When it comes to your taxes, good record-keeping is a must. If you’re ever faced with questions from the IRS or need to claim a credit, having your tax returns and supporting documents will be most helpful.