This week, a few projects went up on the internets about money and spending, each with different goals and approaches. In this issue of The Process, we look at each more closely. Read More
Neal Agarwal used a money printing metaphor to depict differences in various wages. The higher the wage, the faster the money prints. Keep scrolling and you also see big company revenues, finished with a frantic U.S. deficit increase. So good. [Thanks, Neal] Tags: animation, money, Neal Agarwal
We hear about billionaires spending millions of dollars on ads, acquisitions, etc. It seems like a ridiculous amount of money, but that’s partially because us common folk think of the millions of dollars in the context of our own net worth. When Jeff Bezos spends a few multiples of what we will never make in a lifetime, it seems like a lot. For The Washington Post, Michelle Ye Hee Lee...
There are a lot of variables to consider, but for people of middle income, here's a suggestion, based on when you start saving and when you want to retire. Read More
People tend to have more money saved up over time, but range and variation also grow, and often it’s not enough. Read More
It was reported that 1 in 6 millennials have at least $100,000 saved. Is this right? It seems high. I looked at the data to find out and then at all of the age groups. Read More
Condé Nast Traveler got 70 people from 70 different countries to count money on camera. Many times I found myself wondering, “Why would you ever do it like that?” There’s a metaphor for data and its interpretation somewhere in there. Tags: metaphor, money