Do you know how much money you’re earning for the amount of time you work? Of course you know that your salary is “x” amount of dollars and your typical work week might be 35 to 40 hours. However, there’s a real trade-off in time, energy and money that’s directly associated with your job.
Here are six reasons why you’re earning less than you think:
Getting to and from work, whether you drive, walk or take public transportation, costs you time and money. How long is your commute? Calculate how much money you spend on a bus pass, walking shoes, gas, parking, tolls, traffic tickets, and car (and bike) maintenance. Read More…