If you think you’re having a bad day, here’s something that will cheer you up; yesterday, China’s richest businessman lost $14 billion USD in half an hour. Li Hejun, the chairman of Hong Kong-listed Hanergy Thin Film Power – a...
If you're looking for the cheapest lifestyle overall, moving to India would be a wise choice. But if you're after the most affordable city to buy an iPhone, office space, or go to the gym, this is where you'll want to be
If your personal income tax rates are getting you down, you may want to consider relocating to the Yukon. Last week, the territory announced it would cut income tax rates after a record-setting budget surplus
Tuition costs can make a major dent in anyone’s bank account. Student loans can take a decade to pay off – perhaps longer if you go to an American university. Which is why it’s pretty big news that Stanford just announced it would pay tuition costs for families who earn less than $125,000
Go ahead; splurge on that weekend away at a summer music festival. Science now provides solid logic on why we should spend our precious paycheques on experiences rather than on things. In the end, it’s the experiences – not the material possessions – that make us happier
One of the most important players in the tech world has just publicly pledged to give away his massive fortune to philanthropic causes. And he's just the latest in a long line of the world's wealthiest to commit to doing so
New York City is used as a benchmark for many discussions of what constitutes world-class – everything from art to music, recreation, nightlight, food, and culture. But what about economically? There's of course a ranking for that as well
Knowing the average price of a house in your city is one thing. But when you factor in things like the purchase price, down payment, rate, utilities and taxes, do you have any idea of how much you need to earn annually to afford your new place? Depending on where you live, you might be surprised at the answer