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A Manhattan gym that keeps lights and cameras for Instagrammers costs up to $900 a month but lets regular people work out there — as long as the...
Performix House is the latest gym to hit New York City's elite fitness scene, attracting celebrities and fitness influencers. According to the New York Post, members have to pass a tough application process but enjoy perks such as cryotherapy chambers, a private entrance, and a studio for filming.
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.
It looks like it’s not just crushing student loans holding millennials back anymore — it’s also their aging parents
Millennials are already dealing with a more expensive life than previous generations, thanks to higher costs of living and crushing student-loan debt. Now, an increasing number of millennials have another expense to contend with: becoming caregivers for their aging parents.
Lottery tickets are most popular among residents in Massachusetts — and least popular in North Dakota.
Not everyone is taught about managing money in school, but it's one of the most important things to master as an adult.We answer six common questions about saving money, like when you should start saving money and how much.
Two Harvard alums built a payment app so people can pay for rent, tuition, and even taxes with a credit card
Plastiq enables users to pay bills with a credit card, but charges a 2.5% fee. Plastiq can help you rack up credit card points, but if you're not careful, the fees could outweigh the rewards. Here's how to know if Plastiq is worth it.
Credit card rewards lovers just scored a huge win in the Supreme Court — but it could cost them more in the long run
The Supreme Court ruled in favor of American Express' anti-steering provisions, which prevent merchants from offering customers incentives to use other credit cards that charge lower swipe fees. Here's what that means for your credit card rewards and the cost of merchandise.
Napkin Finance aims to break down complicated financial concepts through text, video, and illustrations. It covers topics like insurance, stocks, debt, student loans, crowdfunding, estate planning, and even bitcoin. Here are some of its best illustrations.
Despite popular belief, checks aren't dying. Everyone should know how to write a check, maybe your old-school landlord prefers rent paid that way or your grandma sends you a check for every birthday. Here are the six steps to writing a check.
American families spend roughly $520 on food per month. You can cut your grocery bill in half if you sign up for your grocery store's loyalty program. Here's how to save money grocery shopping.