The Big Air freestyle skiing competitor at the Beijing Winter Olympics might want to leave this in a safer place next time.
Thankfully, there are more than enough ways for me to receive and send funds digitally and remotely. Not only are these ways more convenient, they're also faster, cheaper, and better for the environment as opposed to writing out checks every week.
For all you forgetful folks out there, this DIY is a must to help keep your life in order.
You just reached into your back pocket or purse to pay for lunch and it's nowhere to be found. The first instinct most people have is to panic -- that's understandable, but it doesn't really help much. First, calm yourself as much as possible.
Let's be honest, traveling without the right accessories can be dreadful. Always searching for your passport, not prepared for the airline losing your luggage, being afraid the zipper on your suitcase might burst, the list goes on and on.
A wallet is one of the most -- if not the most -- personal accessory you can have. The contents can be very telling about the owner's personality, values and financial state. Some people carry a well-stocked wallet, ensuring they're prepared for any scenario the day brings, while others opt to keep the contents to a minimum.
We caught up with Brittany Snow in Park City where she hosted a VIP event with a live performance by American Authors to celebrate the launch of Lipton's new Sparkling Iced Tea. To get the inside scoop on what Snow and the American Authors bandmates keep in their wallets, we asked them two questions.
While their views help you decide how to manage your funds and plan for your financial future, what can their wallets tell you about managing your money day to day?
Tony Robbins, Barbara Corcoran, Victor Riccardi, Josh Felber and John Rampton are all advisers, entrepreneurs and career coaches who know how to make people and businesses successful. So what do they carry in their own wallets every day?