"How am I? Number one that’s a violation of my HIPAA rights."
Fellow Zillow freaks, it's our time to shine.
Set an intention, and then find a crystal that matches.
How in the heck is my favorite candy relevant???
"Remember, being poor isn't shameful; the existence of poverty is."
"They would look at my content and throw the whole thing away."
People Shared Reasons Why They Basically Plan To Rent Forever, And *Very* Important Points Were Made
"I like to move around, and the thought of being tied down to one city is suffocating."
Psst, most of them are FREE.
There have been some frustrations, but I'd still do it all again.
Outside may be open, but your wallet doesn't have to be.
"Bottom line: If you’re happy in your rented apartment, STAY in your rented apartment."
There's a lot of good advice out there — but it's not *all* good.
Summer free time = time to make money.
Just 58% of millennials and 56% of Gen Z'ers said they always tip their restaurant server, compared to 88% of Boomers.
If a home has no yard space, you *might* want to reconsider.
Normalize doing what's best for *you*.
It just doesn't add up.
Tell us about the wildest, weirdest, grossest, most annoying you've seen a tenant do.
"We lose out on a house before it’s even put on the market."
It's not just a rich white man's game anymore.
Since the pandemic began, women made up more than half of workplace exits in the US.
Sharing your story could help someone else.
"Sheds a millennial tear."
A study in Iceland called a shorter work week "an overwhelming success."
"Tip for pet owners: Get your dog a shirt, dampen the shirt, and when it’s not on your dog put it in the fridge to keep it cold."
Don't let inflation blow up your budget.
Are fixer-uppers selling for way over asking price in your city? Or has the process been surprisingly smooth for you? We wanna know.
Whether there have been subtle changes or major transformations, we wanna see 'em.
Go beyond your neighborhood coffee shop. I dare you.
Every little choice adds up.
"If it's commission-based pay, do a nope dance right out of there."
Stay cool and stay safe.
Tell us *all* the tea.
"I know this won't be a hot take for people with sense but..."
"We can be a part of something that is bigger than us."
"As I started to open up about my story, so many couples — straight, gay — were coming out like, 'We've had the same troubles.'"
If you spend money, you definitely have a budgeting personality that fits your habits.
I'm excited! And terrified....
What a financial fiasco.
People Shared The Reasons Why They Actually Regretted Buying Their Homes — And It's Really Eye-Opening
"Everything has cost significantly more than we expected."
"Looking for a rockstar who wears a lot of hats."
Borrowing money isn't *always* a bad thing.
Whether it was something small or a major change, I want to hear all about it.
When in doubt, trust your gut.
That feeling when you have no clue what you're doing.
Help us provide an *inside look* for people who aren't sure if home-buying is for them.
Eight short questions stand between you and your investing personality.
Be as honest as you can.
We wanna hear about your wins, your losses, and everything in between.
From learning how to shop to opening an account with the Bank of Dad, these parents are getting money right.
This Quiz Will Reveal Which "Schitt's Creek" Character You're Most Like, Based On Your Money Opinions
Love that (money) journey for you.
I love the smell of cash back in the morning.
Time to dust off that old résumé.
Just add "budgeting pro" to your ever-growing list of skills.
Separate money = less fighting, more romance.
"I expected to be fired for the audacity. Instead my salary nearly doubled."
Seeing a $0 balance when the time comes is well worth it.
"Let's not shame people with lower credit scores. It's not cute."
"Just because you find yourself on an unfamiliar path, that doesn't mean it's the wrong path."
Now watch as your savings grow before your very eyes.
From couch surfing in Puerto Rico to flight hacking my way to Bali, I've figured out how to see the world without draining my bank account.
Read this *before* you put your two weeks in.
From cover letters to where to even start looking, we've got you.
From spending and saving to investing and credit, we wanna hear how you're teaching it.
All will be revealed after just eight short questions.
Think of these as the sweatpants of money tips.
Nobody said money was easy, but these books make it less hard.
Free flights and more money? No-brainer.
From summer side hustles to making vacation plans, we've got you covered.
More scholarships now = fewer student loan payments later.
If you're wondering if you should help your partner with their debt, or curious about the cost of starting a family — or anything else — share your questions.
Share your knowledge to spread the wealth.
All of the iced coffees, none of the guilt.
"When I got hit by a wrong-way driver, I decided that life was too short not to do something I enjoy."
Me, making a deposit in my savings: Yeah, I'm a gamer.
"Like most 22-year-olds at the time, I wasn't thinking about retirement."
From starting a career to student loans, please don't hold back.
Never let those surprise bills sneak up on you again.
Because dealing with money can be super stressful.
From selling on Etsy to coaching for cat parents, there are some really creative ways to earn some extra cash.
Because *everything* is a subscription now.
Creating a no-spend list = genius.
Your career path doesn't have to be a straight line.
Pet parents, get ready to take notes.
"I was asked to hand out the pay slips at work and realized my boss had given every woman one job title and every man a slightly different job title — even though we all did the same thing."
TLDR; it's v. confusing but so important.
"Financial abusers use money as a weapon."
"The only comment he has ever made concerning my salary is that I should be getting paid more for all the toxic and misogynistic crap I put up with."
"Don't wait until you have an employer that gives you the ability to participate in a retirement plan."
Spoiler alert: you might want to create a budget if you haven't already.
So, how do we use the Pythagorean Theorem to file taxes?
Your wallet is about to thank you.
Sharing your story could help someone else.
Saving money now = more money to spend on my pets later.
Getting a job is one thing, getting a good job is another.
“People are now experiencing healthcare bills that are more like a mortgage payment."
People always say you should save for retirement but, like...how do you even do that?
My pets are worth every penny to me, but like, I still wanna have more pennies.
Be as *honest* as possible.