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Forget shiny Rolexes and Louis Vuitton handbags — rich people are investing more in education and health, and it shows that discreet wealth is t...
Is flaunting Lamborghinis, Rolexes, and diamonds a thing of the past for the rich? Showing off wealth is no longer the way to signify you have it.
Money well-spent means that you’ve derived some value out of your purchase, but that doesn’t always signify a low cost.
Going to the airport is stressful for a myriad of reasons — long lines, security and spending a ton of money on food at the airport. Here are ways to make sure that you are happy, healthy, and full.
Frequent flyer programs allow you to rack up miles, earn free flights, and enjoy a number of alternative benefits from airline loyalty programs like flight-amenities and seat upgrades. Here are five advantages of frequent flyer programs that go beyond miles.
Being on a budget is not always easy, especially when so many little purchases add up. There are, however, things that you could be doing in your everyday life to cut down expenses and save you money in the long run.
"Jeopardy" has been on the air for decades and some winners have walked away with millions of dollars. Here's what they do with all that newfound cash.
Gen Xers spend more on groceries than other age groups, but food at home represents a larger share of older Americans' total spending.
Americans of all ages like to eat out from time to time, but Gen Xers tend to spend more on average at restaurants and on takeout than other generations.
A 150,000-person study of credit card and cell phone records reveals how stereotypes of city dwellers are often wrong
The spending behavior of urban residents differs based on age and gender, according to a new study that tracks the credit card and cell phone data of 150,000 consumers in Mexico City.
John, aka ESI Money, was a business executive for 28 years before he retired at age 52 with a $3 million net worth. For Business Insider's "Real Money" series, John shares his weekly spending in early retirement.