Kaitlin Menza
Kaitlin Menza
Contributing writer, Payoff

Belgrade, Serbia, has a wild nightlife scene, with clubs on barges and a burgeoning craft beer scene

Belgrade may be the wildest nightlife city in Europe — sorry, Berlin.

A brief history of Ellen Pompeo speaking out on race, gender and Hollywood’s wage gap

The 'Grey's Anatomy' star uses her considerable clout to demand a more equitable society.

All the dramatic ways cities begged for the Amazon headquarters deal

It's been a long, painful journey to HQ2.

Money Confession: I drained my savings buying a home and now I’m panicking

A home could be the biggest purchase you ever make, but it shouldn't eat up everything you have.

The 9 most infuriating exit deals of all time from companies like Google, Exxon and Fox News

If you think Megyn Kelly's potential exit deal is outrageous, meet the nine white men who also walked away with million-dollar payouts.

How does the British royal family make money?

Who exactly is financing Harry and Meghan's royal tour through Australia, New Zealand, Fiji and Tonga?

The Mega Millions jackpot is almost $1 billion. Here’s how previous winners handled all that cash.

The last time the lottery was this huge, three couples split the winnings and managed their money in different ways.

Transgender advocate Dana Pizzuti shares her tips on how to transition at work

Not everyone transitions in the same way, but one common experience? It might get awkward at work.

Taylor Swift is raking in album sales since she endorsed Democrats

After the pop star spoke out about politics, four of her albums soared up the iTunes album sales chart.

Time’s Up, the group formed after #MeToo, has hired Lisa Borders as its first CEO

Lisa Borders most recently served as president of the Women's National Basketball Association.

What’s the current state of Bill Cosby’s finances?

He was one the highest-paid entertainers in the world. Take a look at how he amassed his fortune, and what is left now.

Love and Money: What to do when everyone asks you for “help” — which means doing your job for free

Your friends and family value your professional opinion. They just don't want to pay you for it.

Wall Street salaries are the highest they’ve been since the financial crisis

The average salary for employees on Wall Street was $422,500 last year, which is the highest average since 2008.

Money Confession: I have $30,000 sitting in my checking account, but I’m too scared to touch it

Having a large amount of money in your bank account isn't necessarily a dream scenario — especially if you don't know what to do with it.

Lehman Brothers employees on bankruptcy day and living through the beginning of the financial crisis

"There was some bitterness that Lehman Brothers was the sacrificial lamb. Everyone else was bailed out, but not Lehman."

It’s been 10 years since the 2008 financial crisis — but I’ll never trust a bank again

I'll truly never get over my horror at what happened in 2008. Statistics show other millennials feel the same.

Money Confession: I spend $500 a month on Uber, Lyft and taxis

We asked experts to weigh in on how you should wean yourself off your Uber addiction.

Love and Money: What to do when your parents haven’t saved for retirement

They wouldn't be the first: 26% of workers have no retirement plan at all.

Gwyneth Paltrow’s Goop has to pay $145,000 for recommending vaginal jade eggs to customers

Prosecutors argued there is no reliable scientific evidence to the alleged benefits of putting a jade egg in your vagina, so the company must refund its customers.