All across the country, millions of people are working to pay rent. Sometimes it seems like most of your paycheck can go towards housing. If that sounds like you, you aren’t alone. Here are the 25 cities you need to work the most in order to pay rent. Continue reading Working To Pay Rent? In These Cities You’ll Work More
There’s a lot of residents moving out of Vermont these days. In 2016, the state lost 16,500 residents to other states. Taxes are partially to blame, but the trend is somewhat troubling. Vermont has seen a net loss of residents for the past 10 years. Continue reading More People Moving Out Of Vermont Than Moving In
It goes without saying that there is a lot of wealth around the United States. However, as in any race there’s always a winner. If you’ve ever found yourself wondering “who’s the richest person in my state?” now we know. Continue reading Who’s The Richest Person In My State?
According to recent data, millennials are spending more time living at home with their parents than previous generations. While it’s great having your kids home, supporting adult children is putting a large dent into many parent’s retirement plans. Continue reading Supporting Adult Children Cuts Into Retirement Savings
It turns out that most Americans spend a large chunk of their income on luxury goods. When it comes to cost of living expenses, it turns out we all have expensive tastes. Continue reading Cost of Living: Luxury Goods Spending High Among All Income Levels
The Oakland Raiders football team used the income tax savings to convince Derek Carr that he’s earning more from his salary in another city while the team pays out less. Continue reading Derek Carr’s Salary in another City Saves Him Millions
Job automation will hit certain metropolitan areas significantly harder than others. By 2035 two-thirds of jobs in Las Vegas will be automated. Continue reading Job Automation Will Hit Las Vegas Hard By 2035