With the payroll tax deduction expiring, consider these financial remedies to make the pain on your wallet a little more bearable.
Do happier people binge drink more often? When comparing teens and adults, who drinks more soda? Recent surveys and studies reveal all—and the findings may be surprising.
A generation ago, a stocked liquor cabinet and a fridge filled with mass-produced beer were standards in the American home, and restaurants and bars served alcohol at a reasonable markup. In recent years, though, wine and craft …
What began with a $1,000 loan from mom and dad has turned into a booming Midwestern cocktail company
What do you spend on groceries every week? How often do you go out to eat? What about booze? All that money on sustenance is probably adding up to more than you think.
Judging by the comments to my previous posting about holiday parties, workers feel strongly about their right to get pumpkin-faced at their year-end corporate do. Twelve months of pouring your very soul into PowerPoint pie charts deserves some alcoholic compensation, dangit.
You’re in luck. A fresh batch of surveys in my in-box today …
Lately I’m reading a lot of surveys and tip sheets from HR experts about holiday parties and gift-giving: how many offices are having them (a shrinking number), what behavior to watch out for (don’t get drunk–just don’t), to what degree they torture employees (off the charts).
Turns out holiday parties can also be lawsuit magnets. …