Florida has one of the biggest economies in the United States.
Two of its most famous industries include tourism and agriculture, which contribute to the state's $1 trillion GDP.
Here are 13 surprising facts about Florida's economy.
Florida is one of the United States' economic powerhouses.
It's the third biggest state in the country by population, and has the fourth biggest economy. In fact, its GDP is larger than all but 16 countries.
Trader Joe's is one of the most popular grocery store chains in the US.
We consulted food blogs and online reviews to find the best and worst products at Trader Joe's.
Here are 24 products to buy at Trader Joe's and seven you should consider skipping.
Several jobs that employed thousands of people in the 1970s have dwindled in popularity or completely vanished.
Technology is behind some of the changes. Typing was a specialized skill in the 1970s, but now everybody has their own keyboards.
Here are eight jobs that have virtually disappeared over the past 50 years.
There are lots of reasons to hire freelance writers to execute your marketing plan. Freelancers can fill in gaps until you grow enough to hire full-time staff. A stable of freelance writers can add a variety of perspectives and keep your content fresh. And freelance writers can complete projects your regular staff doesn’t have time for. But what will freelance writing cost you?
The answer depends on the type of project and the skill and experience level of the freelancer, among other factors....
There are 1.5 million Americans living in Mexico — here are 8 things Americans wished they'd known before they moved
Mexico is home to more American expats than any other country in the world.
But if you're thinking of packing up and moving to Mexico, there are a few things you should know first.
We spoke to an expat blogger and other Americans who moved to Mexico for their best advice.
China's booming economy means a booming demand for luxury brands and a growing list of billionaires.
China is the world's largest exporter, but there's a lot more to China's economy than the goods it exports to the US.
Here are 11 facts you might not have known about the modern Chinese economy.
China is the world's largest exporter. Your air conditioner was probably made in China, as was your computer and maybe even your shoes.
Costco customers swear by certain products the retailer sells, such as olive oil, rotisserie chickens, and even golf balls.
But other products, like the store's light beer or bulk-sized produce, might not be worth your money.
Here are 33 Costco products you should buy and 14 others you should skip every time.
One boy with a grudge against me convinced a group of kids to harass me throughout my senior year in high school.
The adults in my life failed or refused to stop the bullying. If the same thing happened today, I hope the outcome would be different.
This happened decades ago, but the scar sometimes still hurts.
Whether you make $50,000 a year or $500,000, the way you manage your money can make a big difference to your future. Failing to prepare for a catastrophe could leave you wiped out and starting over if the worst happens. Meanwhile, improperly managing your investments could also leave your portfolio – and your future – vulnerable.
Here are 13 ways you might be shorting yourself and what you can do to protect your financial future.
Americans are engaged in a frenzy of decluttering, thanks in large part to the Netflix series "Tidying Up with Marie Kondo."
If you're trying to get organized, you might want to start small and take your time, according to two decluttering experts we spoke with.
They said the best decluttering process for you could depend on your organization style.
New York is one of the most powerful states in the United States, with a gross domestic product comparable to Canada and South Korea.
But there is a vast disparity between the economies of New York City and upstate New York.
We compiled 11 incredible facts about New York's economy, from its massive wealth to its surprising No. 1 export.
I've been using Mint for 3 years to track my spending and visualize my budget — here's what it's like to use the personal finance app
Mint is one of the most popular personal finance apps.
I've been using Mint for three years, and it's helped me track my daily transactions and visualize my spending.
Here's what it's like to use Mint.
I like to track where my money goes so I can make sure that my spending matches my priorities and my budget.
In each decade of your life, you have the opportunity to make financial decisions that can help or hurt you in the future. But it can be hard to think ahead, especially when you’re first starting out and short on cash. So many of us spend our later years scrambling to play catch-up for the money mistakes we made in our youth.
Even if you invested wisely in your 20s and 30s, new pitfalls present themselves at later stages of life, as our circumstances change.
San Francisco's new public trains are clean, spacious and surprisingly quiet — here's what it's like to ride one
The San Francisco region's Bay Area Rapid Transit system rolled out the first 10 trains of its "Fleet of the Future" last year.
The new trains will eventually completely replace the noisy, aging trains currently serving the Bay Area, many of which have been around since the 1970s.
I rode on one of the new BART trains, and was impressed by how clean, spacious, and bike-friendly they were.
11 things to do before you downsize your home, according to an expert who gets hired by seniors to help them declutter
Americans are increasingly looking to downsize their homes. Although downsizing can be liberating, there are several things you need to do before you can move into a smaller home. We spoke to an expert who told us 11 things everyone should do before they downsize. The number of Americans downsizing their homes is skyrocketing. Forty-six percent of baby boomers who sold homes in 2017 were in the process of downsizing, according to a Zillow report.