Love is in the air and, potentially, coming out of your pockets. While there are many ways that love can affect your finances—expensive dates, the cost of holiday gifts and weekend getaways—we decided that the cost associated with the search for love may be a good place to start.
Author: Brionna Lewis
As a young adult, it’s possible to run into financial setbacks, frustrations or confusion. More specifically, being a twenty-something is not an easy task itself. You’re learning how to navigate life, gaining insight on where you want to be within your career, continuously searching for […]
The last four months or so have been plagued with never-ending press about MoviePass’ failing business model, outages and significant changes to service. While we all sit at the edge of our seats watching the plot twists of MoviePass, we wondered, “are subscribers staying tuned for the final scene?” The short answer is, yes.
In an effort to learn more about who is spending on travel and how they’re spending, we dove into the more than 500 million transactions of our users from across the United States. We analyzed travel spending by user location, age, income and credit tier to get a full picture of how travel plays a role in users’ spending habits.
Graduating from college is a big step in your life. Unfortunately, it’s also a time when many new grads make some pretty big financial missteps. Here are seven of the most common to avoid: