When it comes to everyday life, we've all searched for ways to get a little more cash in our pockets. The smallest story could potentially have a huge impact on our financial futures. It's time to read some Curren(t)cy.
Talk to people nearing retirement and they will say they wish they had saved more.
Joanna Rist's former retail boss once called her over. "Are these hours correct?" she asked. "There are so many."
When it comes to gift giving, they say it's the thought that counts. But what happens when the oh-so-generous folks in your life just happen to have the worst imaginable taste? It's an unfortunate fact that sometimes bad holiday gifts happen to good people -- and by "bad," we're talking everything from ugly sweaters to gaudy, kitschy fruit bowls that pain you to look at them.
After going to my first baseball game at Tiger Stadium in Detroit, Mich., I was hooked. I told my father that I wanted to visit other stadiums to really get a feel for the game, and he provided me with the challenge of a lifetime: Visit all 30 Major League Baseball (MLB) stadiums in the United States and Canada.
"Every time I pick up my camera, my adventure begins again," said Kaitlynn Smith, a high school junior living in Georgia. "I often have ideas of a photo in my head, and it's extremely satisfying when I can actually make it happen and get the perfect photo."
Around 42% of Americans said they didn't take any vacation days in 2014, according to a survey conducted by Skift.
The world is always changing, but one thing remains the same: Americans are spending money.
The great thing about traveling on your own or with friends is that you don't have to worry about your parents calling the shots. When you go away without your folks, you won't have to deal with mandatory sibling bonding or countless dorky family photo shoots along the way. Instead, you'll be able to kick back, relax and stick to your own agenda.