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Use 80% of your holiday bonus to pay off debt or increase savings.

What to do first with your holiday bonus

If you're getting a holiday bonus, designate 20% for "fun money" and 80% for "serious money" to help you build wealth.
Goyard is the pinnacle of indulgence.

Forget Louis Vuitton and Hermès — this luxury brand is the status symbol for the world’s richest people

Louis Vuitton and Hermès are known for prestige, but they've got nothing on Goyard, which has built its business on discretion and word of mouth.
Angela Rozmyn with her husband and son.

A 30-year-old who’s saving half her income says kicking 2 daily habits helped her bank an extra $1,000 a month

Angela Rozmyn and her husband plan to retire by 45. Cutting out work lunches and frequent trips to the market have been key to saving more money.
Estate managers can make up to $300,000 a year.

Time is a CEO’s most valuable resource — here are all the people the .01% hire to keep their households running smoothly

Wealthy families in New York City and around the world will shell out loads of money for the right household help.

Millennials are treating themselves to experiences — but it doesn’t mean they’re bad with money

Millennials often "treat" themselves, according to a Fidelity Investments report, but it doesn't mean millennials are bad with money.
Residents in 9 states spend over $300 a year on lottery tickets.

The Mega Millions jackpot is at a record-high $1.6 billion — here’s which states spend the most buying lottery tickets

The Mega Millions jackpot is at a record-high $1.6 billion, and Americans love to play the lottery. Lottery tickets are most popular among residents in Massachusetts — and least popular in North Dakota.
Natasha "Tash" Feldman is a Webby-nominated private chef who has appeared on Food Network's "Chopped."

A private chef who spends up to 7 hours a day cooking uses 2 strategies to save money on groceries no matter where she shops

For 2 1/2 years, Natasha 'Tash' Feldman has been a private chef in Los Angeles, cooking for up to seven hours a day. When she grocery shops, she always buys in-season produce and shops in the sale aisle.
Are you a victim of a credit card scam?

There’s a good chance you’re a victim of credit card scams and you don’t even know it — here’s what to do

Credit card fraud is on the rise — and so are the different types of credit card scams. Credit card scammers are getting smarter, employing all sorts of tricks to obtain your personal information. Here's what to do to protect yourself.
Travis Shakespeare has an easy way to determine whether something is worth your money.

A Hollywood producer who spent over a year following around early retirees has his own simple question to decide what’s worth his money — ...

Money is easy to spend — so how do you determine the value of something? Emmy nominee Travis Shakespeare has a morbid answer that serves as the ultimate litmus test when considering whether something is worth your money.
"Nosh with Tash" host Natasha "Tash" Feldman.

A private chef who spends up to 7 hours a day cooking says America’s restaurant obsession has changed the way we treat food — and it expla...

"Nosh with Tash" host Natasha "Tash" Feldman is a Webby-nominated private chef and has appeared on Food Network's "Chopped." She said America's obsession with dining out is raising our standard for food, and people think they can't match that standard with home cooking.