This week: ending self-sabotage, teaching your kids about money, lowering your life insurance premiums, taking money advice from your spouse, and 30 signs you were raised by frugal parents.
Jobs & Work
Spouses of UPS employees who can get health care through their own jobs will no longer be eligible for health insurance through UPS in 2014. What do you think?
There’s a push to make it happen, and some local politicians seem to be on board.
Slightly more than half of workers who have 401(k)’s think they’re more difficult to understand than health insurance benefits.
We get fewer paid holidays and sick days on average than we did 20 years ago. On the bright side, we picked up a couple of vacation days, and more people have access to multipurpose paid leave.
This week: why it’s OK to pay $200 for a haircut, how inflation helps the rich, why credit cards aren’t evil, 29 work-from-home careers, and 10 things you didn’t learn in college but should have.
Unlike the royal baby, these people weren’t born famous, wealthy or seemingly destined for success.