Money and Depression: Telling Your Boss, Or Not

The second in a series about depression and money.

Would You Date a Man with a 24K Gold Shirt?

Here is a story about an Indian man who spent $22,500 on a solid gold shirt to get the attention of women.

Follow This Man!

Keeping it all in perspective.

The Hustle of a Cellist in New York

Peter Sachon is a professional cellist in New York City (he is also my cousin). We spoke recently about his money and his work

Actually Useful Commencement Speeches

Remember graduation? Remember what your speakers talked about? I vaguely recall something about never forgetting about what my dreams are, and to remember to do something that I love and that makes a difference because I am the future.

Talking About Talking and Writing About Money, With Benjamin Anastas

Michael McGrath talks with author Benjamin Anastas about his new memoir.

Ask a Money-Challenged Person: To Bar Or Not To Bar?

Ask a money challenged person about your money challenges!

The Way We Think About Debt

Mike: One of the things we examined this week was what debt means to us as individuals. What should we think about when paying it off? There is no one right answer, of course, because debt means something different to each of us. So let's talk about this. Logan, your debt is all consumer, right? You don't have any student loans.

What Do You Say to Friends Who Feel Stuck in Their Careers?

This week, we've decided to test out Branch, a new site that allows you to invite people to join you in conversations online. We're decided to try it out by using the topic of friends and disappointing careers, and after we started the conversation, a few people from the Branch community asked if they could join the conversation.

Interview Questions, Answered Honestly

"Can you tell me a little bit about yourself?"