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investing

Things to Consider If You’re Thinking About Buying a Weed Stock

Cannabis stocks have been on a tear the last few years in Canada, but there are still many questions around how—or if you should even bother—trying to get in on the action.
Anne Gaviola
5 hours ago
Money Goals

10 Blogs and Podcasts That Will Make You Smarter About Money

Whether you just landed your dream job or are mired in debt, these blogs, podcasts, and communities led by personal finance whizzes can help you achieve your money goals.
Paulette Perhach
a day ago
money brain

The Real Reason Why You're Bad With Money

Hint: It’s not because you’re dumb, lazy or naïve.
Anita Hamilton
10.11.18
VICE Guide to Life

How to Start Saving Money When You’re Broke

You don't need to win the lottery to get a little extra cash in your pocket. Small changes can add up to big savings.
Ilana Novick
10.10.18
workplace ghosting

How Companies Are Dealing with Millennials Ghosting on Their Jobs

Low unemployment rates in certain sectors and 'texting culture' can mean abrupt departures that create frustration for employers.
Anne Gaviola
10.10.18
spending

I Ran a Marathon on a Shoestring Budget—and You Can Too

Here’s everything I bought (and a few things I skipped) to train for and run my first marathon.
Kelley MacDonald
10.9.18
spending

Five Amazing Trips You Can Take for $50 a Day or Less

A great vacation doesn’t have to break the bank.
Evie Carrick
4 days ago
VICE Guide to Life

How Not to Get Fired

Now that you got the job, it’s time to keep it.
Rick Paulas
10.8.18
spending

Don't Buy This: Sell Your Junk Instead of Paying for a Storage Unit

Self storage is a $37 billion industry in the US because most of us just can’t part with our old shot glass collections from college.
Gina Ragusa
9.10.18
money brain

People Told Us the Hilariously Cheap Things They Do to Save Money

From rinsing out used paper towels to dumpster diving for a new couch, here are the sometimes embarrassing—and always clever—ways we avoid spending even a penny more than absolutely necessary.
Jubilee Baez
10.2.18
money brain

I'm Hooked on $35 Fitness Classes and It's Embarrassing

I feel conflicted paying so much money for 45-minute exercise classes at SoulCycle and Pure Barre—all in the hopes of sculpting an ideal body. Here's why I keep going back and how I deal with the guilt.
Melissa Kravitz
10.4.18
VICE Guide to Life

Paying Off Student Loans While You're Still in School Is a Genius Money Move

Your first student loan payment usually isn't due until six months after you finish college. But why wait? Here are three ways to make payments early and slash thousands of dollars off your total debt.
Marco Margaritoff
10.3.18
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