$75,000 Happiness Plateau Is a Lie

Research into wealth and happiness seemed to support the idea that money cannot buy happiness; however, a new study from The Wharton School suggests that an individual’s well-being rises with the money they make. Previous research suggested a plateau between income and happiness once a person reached $75,000 annually, but that appears to be a […]

Fighting Financial Anxiety and Tips To Recover

Money and worry seem to go hand-in-hand. While the occasional financial concern is normal and expected, the chronic panic over bills and finances is problematic. Too much concern can result in sleepless nights and cognitive impairment.Losing your job or experiencing unexpected expenses is enough to stress anyone out. Still, the goal must be to manage […]

Understanding Buy Now, Pay Later Services and Their Value To Consumers

Buy now, pay later applications moved from the outskirts of payment options to mainstream purchasing options relatively quickly. Less than 10 years ago, the acronym BNPL likely struck confusion on consumers’ faces, but now, with large retail chains accepting the payment option, it is becoming common knowledge.BNPL services have advantages for the consumer and the […]

When To Travel To Maximize Your Savings

You want to take a trip, but you do not want to spend a fortune on airfare. Widespread assumption tells you that booking a flight for a Monday in the future is the most cost-effective solution, but is that what the research says? No.Many people schedule travel plans around outdated studies or assumptions not rooted […]

6 Ways To Cope With Financial Stress

Between rising interest and an evolving work environment, it seems the past couple of years have seen more people than usual experiencing financial hardship and stress. While stress is an understandable response to current situations, it can lead to health problems. Therefore, it is necessary to take stock of your situation and figure out the […]

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