Money

What Is The Brexit? Here Are 8 Key Things You Need To Know About The Vote

Something huge is happening in the European Union. More »


This Russian Guy Is Suing His Ex For Money Spent During Their Relationship. Uh, Sorry Bro, That’s Not How This Works.

Who doesn’t want their money back after a breakup? More »


Friendly Reminder: The Gender Wage Gap Is Also Due To Outright Discrimination, According To New Study

This new study challenges the widely accepted belief that the wage gap only exists because girls are “afraid of math.” More »


7 Easy Ways To Donate $20 And Actually Do Something Amazing For Women

Let’s be real: You were probably just going to spend it on takeout, anyway, so why not just donate to one of these amazing, pro-women organizations, instead? More »


Kim’s Mother’s Day Gift From Kanye Was Another Garish Display Of Aimless Wealth

Kim Kardashian’s Mother’s Day gift from Kanye West kept very much in line with their typical romantic aesthetic: burning piles of money. The 36-year-old mother of two and taker of selfies started her morning being serenaded by an orchestra playing songs picked by her 2-year-old daughter, North West. … More »


The 20 Best Tweets About Harriet Tubman Replacing Andrew Jackson On The $20 Bill

Today, the US Treasury announced some exciting news: a Black woman has finally been selected to appear on US currency — but instead of going on the $10 bill, Harriet Tubman will be ousting Andrew Jackson as the new face on the $20 bill! More »


Amy Adams On ‘American Hustle’: I Knew I Was Being Paid Less But Still Agreed To Do It

Unlike J-Law, who was unaware that the movie was paying her less than her male co-stars until the deal was sealed, Adams went into the project fully aware and made the express decision to leave it be. More »


Emily Postmodern: How To Handle The Group Birthday Dinner

Finally, a clear answer on how to handle these social nightmares! More »


‘Bankrupt’ 50 Cent Goes To Court To Explain Money Shots In Instagram Posts

If 50 Cent can’t disprove his rich Instagram image, “Mo Money Mo Problems” may become his new anthem. More »


Would You Be Able To Afford A Surprise $500 or $1000 Expense? Most Americans Can’t

Meanwhile, the CEO of your company has likely already earned your entire 2016 salary. More »


Jerry Saltz Wants You To Know That He’s In The Art World’s 99 Percent

Beloved New York magazine art critic and once-upon-a-time judge for that reality show “Work of Art” Jerry Saltz disclosed his checking account balance to his Facebook fans yesterday, to discuss how the art world is as economically complicated as pretty much anything else and is, in fact, not only full of rich people.More »


Dangerous: The Starbucks App Now Lets You Order And Pay Ahead Of Time

Uh oh: Just in time for PSL season, Starbucks has launched a new feature on the Starbucks app that lets you order and pay for your drink ahead of time, alerting you when it’s ready and letting you skip the line.

The feature was tested in Portland, and not atMore »


Frisky Rant: Why I Refuse To Pay For Dates

In my opinion, there is very little difference between subscribing to “colorblind” ideology and “gender blindness.” More »


Daughters Of Working Moms Make More Money

Debate in the mommy wars usually focuses on what kids lose out on if their mother works. But a major new study out of the Harvard Business School flips the question to ask what they gain. It turns out, quite a bit, according to the study. Some key takeaways:

Daughters of women… More »


Make It Stop: “My Rich Roommate Is Cheap About Paying His Bills!”

Nothing worse that a rich person who hates parting with their dough… More »


Vice Week: On Greed

I am greedy. I’m a greedy person. There, I said it. It was drilled into my head early in life that this was one of the most reprehensible things I could possibly be, besides maybe a liar. After all, to be greedy was to be an especially vile form of selfish, which I also was not supposed to be. For most… More »


I Don’t (Have $637 To Spend On Each Of My Wedding Guests)

Holy Good Lord Baby Jesus, people, the average American wedding is entailing the bride and groom spending $673 per guest, and guests can expect to spend $310 each on the wedding – unless you’re an attendant, in which case that shoots up to $701. And apparently 43 percent of people who have been invited to… More »


10 Ways To Make Travel A Bigger Reality In Your Life

Most of us dream of traveling far more than we actually get to do it. Sometimes a nice afternoon daydream is as far as we want to take it, because the reality of a trip can be exhausting, especially if we’re having an eventful phase of life near home that we want to be present for. More »


Here’s How Much We Spend To Get Married

In what some are calling one sign of an improving economy, if at the expense of newlyweds, a new survey by The Knot finds that the average cost of a US wedding jumped to $31,213 last year, marking a five-year high when adjusted for inflation. In its eighth report, the wedding site reveals in a… More »


Campaign To Get A Woman’s Face On The $20 Bill Will Break “Paper Ceiling”

Watch out white men! We’re coming to take over! While the gender pay gap is still extremely palpable, the group “Women on 20s” is trying to put women’s faces on our actual paper bills to increase our representation in a HUGE way.

Having no women or minorities on our currency reminds us that… More »


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