Real-Life Real Estate: How Much Would It Cost to Live In These Animated TV Homes?
This post may include affiliate links. If you purchase anything through these affiliated links, the author/website may earn a commission. As real-life Americans struggle through a housing affordability crisis, it only makes sense that many of our favorite animated characters can no longer afford their hometowns in today's market.Read full story
In Defense of HOAs: 10 Worthwhile Services an HOA Can Provide
You need to consider when you buy a house if it has a Home Owners Association (HOA). An HOA fee is an added cost that you must pay, usually monthly, on top of your mortgage. HOAs generally get a bad rap, but we found some people who actually appreciate their HOA. According to a popular internet forum, here are ten reasons people genuinely love their HOA.Read full story
Federal Government Makes $300 Billion Student Loan Accounting Error - And Not In Taxpayers' Favor
When your budget is in the trillions of dollars, perhaps $300 billion is a rounding error. But to the American taxpayer footing the bill, losing $300 billion is a big deal. A new study published by the Government Accountability Office (GAO) revealed a shocking gap between what the federal government projected the student loan program would generate in revenue and what actually happened.Read full story
Top 30 Most Stressful Jobs in the U.S. - Is the Salary Worth the High Burnout Rate?
It shouldn't come as a surprise to anyone that some of the most stressful jobs have a high burnout rate. After all, with the constant stress and pressure of meeting deadlines, it's no wonder that some people can't take it anymore.Read full story
10 Fully-Remote Jobs That Pay $100+ an Hour
Before the COVID-19 pandemic, getting a high-paying remote job was a little like finding a unicorn. However, times have changed significantly, and employers are much more willing to allow high-performing employees to work from home.Read full story
Check Your Wallet for These $1 Bills - They May Be Worth Up to $150,000
Before you spend that $1 bill in your wallet, do a little research. You may be sitting on a lot more cash than you think. Coin and currency collectors in the US are willing to pay up to $150,000 in search of rare $1 bills with a particular printing error from the US Bureau of Engraving and Printing.Read full story