Finland is testing a new basic income plan that would, if successful, give people a flat amount of money every month.
City landlords are used to price-gouging. It’s just that they’re customarily the ones doing it.
Recently I sat down to assess which has been more financially beneficial: Working at our Chicago office like I was, or working from home (mostly) in Portland.
Bridging the culture gap during the holidays.
In a painfully segregated school system like NYC’s, questions like “Which schools have families like yours?” feel as dog-whistle-y as anything coming out of the Republican primary.
Langellier doesn’t say exactly how much debt he has, but he does say that it is in the “tens of thousands.” He begins working as a trucker in October 2014; by April 2015, the debt is paid off.
“I feel like it’s my place for whatever reason to try and reduce not just stigma, but invisibility.”
“I thought he was donating it to charity,” she said, and Logan launched into a detailed explanation of what Mark Zuckerberg had done with his $45 billion, and why it was all designed to benefit him in the end.
“Treating real estate as privately owned wealth, as a financial asset, has devastating public effects.”
My husband is an Italian citizen, but I am not. Consequently, although I’ve lived in Pescara the last three months, I am still legally a resident of Massachusetts. We’re waiting on a long-stay visa; until then, I’m here as a tourist.