The latest on Gen Z at work, DIY home repairs, and paying to quit your job

The latest on Gen Z at work, DIY home repairs, and paying to quit your job

Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.


For $450, this Japanese company will quit your job for you


My advice if you need to quit your job? Well, for starters, don’t pay a company $450 to do it for you. But if you’re in Japan, the service exists—for better or for worse. (Here is the rest of my advice on how to quit your job the right way.)

Gen Z is coming to your office. Get ready to adapt.

The Wall Street Journal

Gen Z is growing up and entering the workforce. Here’s what to know about this new generation of money-minded, technically savvy young adults.

Why you should tell your co-workers how much money you make

The New York Times

Yes, it’s 100% legal to tell your coworkers how much money you make—though the thought of it might make you squirm. Here’s why you should rethink your money conversation hang-ups.

So now you own a home. Do you know how to maintain it?

The New York Times

Congratulations! You bought your first home! And…now you’ve discovered that your bathroom needs to be retiled. It might be a smart money move to take a home-maintenance class to learn what you can fix on your own and when you need to hire a professional.

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What to do when friends and family see your success as a way for them to cash in

It’s a tough situation. How do you say no when friends and family ask for money after you’ve started earning a decent paycheck?

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