Finance

31 May 2018

Broke-Ass Honeymoon: How To Do It On A Shoestring

This article is specifically designed to be helpful for the thrifty young married couple who wants to have a honeymoon and is willing to make a few sacrifices to be able to afford it. Utilizing these strategies, my husband and I were able to have a whirlwind 2 week vacation in Europe, visiting Barcelona, Florence, Venice, Rome and Naples

Guest Writer 0
22 Feb 2018

Only 6% of CEOs Are Women, But Thank God We Have Lady Doritos

By Kate Haverston  It’s 2018. Across the nation, women are marching and fighting for the same basic rights our mothers and grandmothers fought to obtain. The Trump Administration is chipping away for equal healthcare access for women and equal rights and equal pay in the workplace. Have we really made

Guest Writer 0
25 Jan 2018

How Do I Add a New Roommate or Replace One Without Getting Evicted?

Ask a Tenant Attorney is your chance to learn how to survive as a tenant in San Francisco. Each month Tenant’s Rights Attorney Daniel Wayne addresses a different issue for residential tenants. For more information about Daniel and his firm, check out his website at www.wayne-law.com. Have a suggestion for a landlord-tenant issue you want Daniel to

Daniel Wayne - Tenant's Rights Attorney 0
11 Jan 2018

Fancy Cocktails to Make When You Don’t Have Much Money

We’ve all been there before. The bills have piled up, and your bank account has seen better days. But just because your finances are going through a rough patch, it doesn’t mean there aren’t still plenty of ways to enjoy life and have fun. And it certainly doesn’t mean you

0
26 Dec 2017

A Guide to Being a Millennial in Trump’s America

By Kate Haverston Things are rough right now. No sugar-coating, no softballing. Our country, while still one of the most privileged and advanced places to live, is in a particularly bad place right now. And at some point in time, our generation — which already exhibits the highest stress levels

Guest Writer 1
31 Oct 2017

Check to see if SFMTA owes you money, $600k of unclaimed overcharges

Every now and again the SFMTA takes stock of all their overcharges and tries to give the money back to the people.  Last time they let it acrue to more than $6 million dollars in overages until they opened it up to repayments.  Now, if you think you were double

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
17 Oct 2017

How to Check if Equifax Lost Your Personal Information When They Got Hacked

If you are American and have a credit report, there’s a good chance your personal data was compromised this Spring in the Equifax data breach.   The personal data of 143 Million American consumers was vulnerable, that’s Social Security numbers, birth dates, addresses, and the numbers of some driver’s licenses.  There

Alex Mak - Managing Editor 0
12 Sep 2017

The Rise of San Francisco’s ‘Extreme Commuters’

Thanks to hypergentrification and mass displacement, we can now add  ‘extreme commuting’ to the essential lexicon of Bay Area inequality.  And we need to start using it in sentences more often. Because ‘extreme commuting’ helps to define a broken city, where high-paid workers and their wealthy bosses occupy the former homes of displaced SF workers and commute to Silicon Valley via gratis luxury buses that pick them up within blocks of their front door

Julie Levak-Madding 56