As a result of the recession, the U.S. has seen a significant increase in the amount of young adults moving back home to live with their parents after graduation. But despite these facts, very real solutions exist that can help those individuals looking for a way to move out of their parents’ basement and into their first homes.
How many loyalty points would it take to buy all your groceries, eat all your meals in restaurants, or clothe yourself for a month, six months, or even a full 365 days? It turns out that a loyalty points and miles can keep you in many of life’s essentials, and even get you a few luxuries. This interesting infographic from Points.com looks at the possibility on living on loyalty rewards.
Even though 20-somethings are hopeful about their financial situation, they are still struggling. This infographic will reveal why adults under 30 are struggling financially and how they can fix it.
Here is an infographic which shows reasons which makes women money smart. Across the board, a clear majority of women understand that greater financial knowledge can help create more security in life, and are now poised to dethrone men when it comes to managing the money.
In an era of heightened expectations for transparency and relevancy – intensified by exploding media choices – consumers are increasingly assuming control of their relationships with their financial services providers. In this environment, it’s imperative that banking industry brands distinguish themselves by delivering exceptional customer interactions that optimize relationships and rebuild trust. Customer retention has never been more important, or more difficult to manage.
Here is an infographic that shows just how much people struggle with poverty nowadays. It turns out that those living below the poverty line are three times more likely to develop mental illness than those living above the poverty line. Learn more about the psychology of poverty in this infographic.
The financial divide between men and women has been a hot topic for many years. In 2013 the economic gap between men and women is still apparent, but it is reducing in some areas. Which leads to the question, “Is money management a talent with a gender?” You can find out after checking out the following infographic from MoneySupermarket.
The development of video games, especially popular video games, is not cheap. This infographic presented by ProfitBricks provides a deeper look into the financial reality behind gaming development. Check it out below to learn more.
Bank of America’s Merrill Edge Report is a semi-annual study that offers an in-depth look at the financial concerns, priorities and behaviors of mass affluent consumers, defined as people with $50,000-$250,000 in total household investable assets. Here is the data compiled in an easy-to-read infographic.
The burdens of bad credit. Neglecting credit card and utility bill payments may temporarily relieve financial account-abilities, but is it worth the risk of paying the ultimate price in bad credit? Learn more in the following infographic from Go-AAGP.Org.
Ever since Google was first incorporated in 1998, its meteoric rise has set the standard for other tech companies in the Internet age. Now one of the world’s most innovative companies, Google has a constantly expanding list of software and hardware products, including Android, the world’s most-used smartphone platform. Find out how Google spends its ever-expanding income in this infographic from Masters in Finance Degree Guide.
Do you ever flip to Bravo’s Real Housewives and think that these people shouldn’t be spending that kind of money in this kind of economy? Little do they know, many of these real housewives will be spending a considerable portion of their remaining wealth on a bankruptcy attorney. The following infographic from Total Bankruptcy takes a look at this scenario.
In the following infographic, designed by Beckon Media Inc. in partnership with California Cryobank , take a trip back to 1960 to see how much it cost to raise a child 5 decades ago. Compare it to the cost of raising a child in 2011, and you may just be surprised at what you find.