We’re in favor of couples joining their finances, when the time is right. But we’re also in favor of doing it the right way.
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But Rachel Bloom does give us her best estimate. And discusses how much an agent costs, how aware she is of her own privilege, and how it's more expensive in Hollywood to have a “normal body."
The star of the new movie "Crown Heights" — and Mr. Kerry Washington — explains how to transition from shut-down corner for the Oakland Raiders to having three films at Sundance at the same time.
Before he lived in Middle-earth (and got wealthy), Elijah Wood grew up financially insecure in Iowa. That’s why he likes things that don’t cost much money — like old photographs. And crying.
Mario Batali tells us what it was like to become a chef before being a chef was something people wanted to do. And how he became wealthy without becoming a slave to his paycheck.
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Yes to the marble counters. No to the Man Cave.
It's not your fault the human brain wasn't built to be the perfect money-saving machine. So we asked a behavioral economist how to turn it into one, painlessly.
We spend a lot of time thinking about how technology can make our financial lives better (and smarter). So we have enormous respect for other places that do money tech right.
If you plan well, you'll be able to put the financial panic of a new baby to the back of your mind and concentrate on what's really important: panicking about being a parent.
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To celebrate our second consecutive Webby win for Best Financial Services website, we asked the designers, engineers, analysts, and our CEO to name the sites they love.
To congratulate us on both reaching $1 billion in assets and securing a new investment of $50 million in our company, we had a very special guest. (Hint: His name is Justin Trudeau.)
Helping people gain financial power is Wealthsimple's mission. That's why we're proud to partner with Moneythink, a nonprofit that promotes financial literacy for those who need it most.
If you work in the American gig economy, it’s the best way to sock money away, and lower your tax bill. And we just Wealthsimple-ed it.