The latest on age discrimination in the workplace and how your psychology affects your money habits
Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.
It’s not just you—for many of us, our psychology gets in the way of being great at money. Thankfully, there are ways to trick yourself, such as automating your savings. Here’s what else to look for.
Kudos to this couple for having an honest conversation about their money disagreements! Talking about money is hard, but it’s important for any relationship.
According to data from the New York Federal Reserve, people’s salaries actually start declining when they reach their fifties. And while the bias is ingrained in many industries, there are steps that can be taken to fight ageism.
Contrary to this architect’s argument, removing living rooms from young people’s apartments is not a cure for expensive rents. In pricey big cities, no living room likely means you are far less likely to stay home and more likely to go out for meals and recreation. That won’t help you save money.
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As millennials flock to big cities, some small towns are coming up with new ways to attract young people. One of them? Pay out some big bucks.
Is your high schooler gearing up for her first summer job—with a real paycheck and everything? Here’s how you can prepare her.
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