“Money can’t buy you love, but it can certainly tear it apart,” says David Rosell, founder and president of Rosell Wealth Management and author of Keep Climbing: A Millennial’s Guide to Financial Planning. He emphasizes that there is no one-size-fits-all approach to dealing with your partner and your bank account, but that talking about your attitudes towards cash is key. “It comes down to having open lines of communication,” he says. “Remember you are a team.”
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When Lauryn Luther earns money she is careful to set aside 15 percent in a rainy day fund right from the start. She also saves another 15 percent in an interest-bearing account for big expenses down the road, like college or a car. She then commits 30 percent to charity and spends the last 40 percent mostly how she sees fit – whether that’s on toys, a book or her favorite candy.
She’s a 10-year-old.
Lauryn is one of a growing number of children who have learned about money by enrolling in a summer camp focused on financial education.
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They say that “death and taxes“ are unavoidable, but the irony is that accountants top the list of professionals with the longest life expectancy.
It’s true, and in fact, accountants (and similar white-collar, middle-class professionals) can expect to outlive blue-collar workers by as much as eight years.
That means that a male accountant lives to an average age of 80, while a female accountant can expect to live to about 85 years of age.
So, why do certain professions like accountants live longer than average? You could argue that most accountants aren’t big risk-takers, but the real secret is in autonomy. In other words, accountants generally have greater control over their jobs compared to other careers like manual laborers, police officers, and waitresses, and this increased control reduces stress and increases workplace happiness.
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