Guys, thinking about popping the question? Hope your bride doesn’t have Kardashian-sized expectations when it comes to a ring, or you may putting off retirement for a long time. This infographic shows how long it would take for the average working stiff to afford Kim’s rock.
In observance of Canada Day, we’re taking a look at the average Canadian household and how they spend their money. Check out this infographic to see what proportion of their earnings go to essentials like food, housing, transportation and fun stuff such as books, booze and games of chance!
Housing prices are back in the dumps. Nationwide, average prices have sunk to levels not seen since 2002. But when it comes to real estate, it’s all about location, and some areas have seen their declines stretch back even farther. Here’s a map that shows exactly how far back home values have declined for each major metropolitan area.
Dress, shoes, manicure, flight to the bachelorette party, shower gift, wedding gift, hotel room at the wedding- theses are just some of the things a bridesmaid often has to pay for when a serving in a friend’s wedding. Here’s a look at all the possible costs- and tips on how to keep them under control.
The United States got tarred with a “negative” outlook on its credit rating by Standard & Poor’s last month, but there are plenty of other countries in the same boat. Here’s a look at where they stand, the good, the bad and ugly.
You can’t talk about oil prices — and these days there’s lots of talk — without considering OPEC (Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries), the 12-member cartel that wields massive influence in the oil market. Here we look at the who those members are, how much crude oil they produce and how stable they are, along with some background on the fluctuations in the price of crude over the years and U.S. crude oil consumption.