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A Georgetown professor says the same skill that will help you earn more money in your job can help you retire early
Mastering a skill could help you make more money, leverage your career, and reach financial independence sooner.
During your salary research for a new job, talk to other people in your industry to find out how much the company or position usually pays.
Finding cheaper housing can help you save more with little effort, as can setting up automatic savings.
Business Insider took a look at how income varies for different generations between states and found that baby boomers make more than millennials.
We estimated the median income for full-time, year-round American workers at each year of age using data from the US Census Bureau.
Merlin, a job search site, conducted a survey of New York users to determine the highest-paying hourly jobs and found trade workers earn more than big company employees.
I’ve out-earned my husband for the past 10 years, and there are a few things no one seems to understand
Susie Moore has out-earned her husband since they first got together, and she finds that's the case among many of her friends. Here, she explains what people just don't seem to understand about relationships with female breadwinners.
‘I never touched it’: Serena Williams tried to deposit her first million-dollar check in the bank drive-thru
Tennis superstar Serena Williams is back to compete at the US Open in New York City this week. Though she's ended up one of the world's highest-paid female athletes, she's never played for the money.
A little-known contract clause on the rise in major companies enables employers to take back money they’ve already paid their execs
What is a clawback? A clawback is a provision in which incentive-based pay is taken back from an employee by an employer following misconduct or declining profits — and they're on the rise. Here's what you need to know.
I have a 6-figure job and my husband stays home with the kids — here are 10 things no one seems to understand
Liz is a 38-year-old MBA who works as an IT program manager at a large company. Her husband, Todd, stays at home with their three sons. She's been the primary breadwinner since shortly after they were married, over 16 years ago. Here's what she says people still don't understand.