One of the first instincts when you experience a windfall is to spend it – and spend it quickly. Here are some smart ideas for spending your windfall.
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What makes rich people tick? Do the wealthy really think differently from those of us who consider ourselves middle class? Here are some of the most the items I found most interesting on the list.
Credit card issuers, personal lenders, and insurance companies all use information garnered from your credit report to send you marketing mail. But your ZIP code can also provide information to marketers that use “big data” to get information about you and your habits.
With spring comes prom season, and many families are getting ready — and saving up. According to a story from Reuters, the average family will spend $1,139 on prom this year.
It’s important to get a handle on why you are buying something. If your lifestyle inflation is simply going to result in higher status with others, and make you feel better about your situation, that could be a warning sign.