Posts Tagged ‘paycheck’

Flexible Spending Account Basics

Posted on November 18th, 2010 by by Jesse Michelsen

November is almost over and most of us, myself included, have already finished up during our Open enrollment benefit elections at the office but I think it would be a safe bet that some of us, again myself included, are new to benefits and don’t quite understand how everything works. Having just gone through my […]

Average Consumer Spending in the US

Posted on August 17th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I stumbled on this image detailing how the average US consumer spends their paycheck based on a survey done by the Department of Labor. (click to enlarge) There were a few areas here that I found interesting such as reading, cash contributions, entertainment and food. The reading section is pretty minimal but its actually larger […]

The Correlation Between Aggressive Driving and Aggressive Spending

Posted on February 27th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I am sure many of you have come across a “drive slower, save gas mileage” kind of article. This is not one of those. If any of you have read any of my previous articles one may find a common theme among them. I am much more interested in the thought process behind my and […]

Benefits of being employed

Posted on February 18th, 2009 by by Jesse Michelsen

I have not been in the working market for very long comparitively but what I have gathered thus far is that working for someone else is a very interesting way to live and the people that I find are doing this, myself included begin to develop a very intriguing mindset toward certain amenities that can […]

 
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