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A Playboy model, Victoria Xipolitakis from Argentina, recently rode the New York City subway covered in dollar bills to give away.
A new survey reveals what most couples argue about when it comes to money and how having open conversations about finances can help the relationship.
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You can blame it on living in a new, bigger city, but looking at my bank account and doing the math provided a very harrowing reflection of my needless spending over the last three months. One night my sister and mother FaceTimed me as they went “shopping” in my closet at home, rummaging through the things that didn’t make the move with me. Their amazement at the amount of clothing still with tags on, and makeup products left unopened, forced me to realize my shopping addiction had gotten out of hand last year. As I sifted through my bank accounts, my heart was heavy as the number grew. ...
Christmas is the most expensive time of the year. It’s statistically proven with the average family spending around £800 in the festive period.
Heather Nock was having a difficult month. Strapped for cash, Heather and her two kids visited their local Walmart in Meadville, Penn. to pick up new booster seats and clothes. The kids had to reluctantly return the booster seats they had already picked out, but 15 minutes later as the group were looking at clothes, a man approached Nock with both booster seats in a Walmart bag — already paid for.
Being a registered dietitian who switches cities every few years because of her’s husband’s career, I don’t exactly lead a lavish lifestyle. Like many other households, saving money is a necessity. The problem? I love food. Food is the one thing I’d rather spend all my money on. Not clothes, not shoes, not a new car, just food. Luckily my mother is a thrifty and resourceful lady and I learned at a young age that eating healthy doesn’t have to be expensive or time consuming. Click through the gallery above for money saving and nutrition boosting tips and share with us tips of your own by tweeting us @YahooStyleCA.
Good friends can talk about anything, from embarrassing sex tales to intimate health concerns, but when it comes to money, it can be a totally different story. Leadership psychologist and director of the White Water Group, Averil Leimon, believes that women should absolutely be discussing how much they earn, both to ‘egg each other on’ and also to arm themselves with ammunition for better wage negotiations - to close the pay gap and ensure women are getting a fair deal. “Conversations between friends can be very, very open, but it often seems like discussing money is the last taboo,” she tells us.
Actresses Courteney Cox, Brooke Shields and new mom Chrissy Teigen have all had success conceiving through IVF, and it’s estimated that over 8,000 IVF procedures are performed in Canada each year – not to mention the millions that take place south of the border. FertilityIQ, a fertility-focused tech company out of the U.S., recently did a survey of more than a thousand fertility patients to find out who is having the most success when it comes to IVF. What they found was that there were certain societal factors that strongly influenced the success of the treatments.
It’s Tax Day (procrastinators, you have until the end of the day today to pay). But of course, many people ignore their bill from Uncle Sam, including the occasional multimillionaire celebrity who’s usually decked out in designer clothes and $20,000 handbags (ahem, Martha). Roni “Tax Lady” Deutch, an expert in celebrity tax troubles, told Money.com that the IRS loves to make examples of celebrities by “putting their heads on the proverbial pike as a warning to the rest of us: Pay your taxes!” Noted.Above, Yahoo Style’s compiled the most famous — and most opulently stylish — tax evaders in history.Follow us on Facebook, Instagram, and Pinterest for nonstop inspiration delivered fresh to your feed, every day.
Of that $204,000, nearly 59 percent, or $120K, is spent on pricy designer shoes. In comparison, a 2014 study found that the typical American gal shills out approximately $20,557 on shoes in her lifetime — nearly $124,000 less than her Singaporean counterparts. Then again, women in Singapore do live, on average, four years longer than Americans.