Eric Reed

Eric Reed is a freelance journalist who writes frequently on the subjects of career and travel. You can read more of his work at his website ThingsDangerous.com.

Recent Articles By The Author

What Are the Benefits of Turmeric?

What Are the Benefits of Turmeric?

Please, please, please do not skip your physical therapy appointment in favor of a turmeric smoothie.

What Is The Average Retirement Savings in 2019?

What Is The Average Retirement Savings in 2019?

How much does the average American have saved for retirement? Nothing. Nothing at all.

What is the Difference Between Working Class vs. Middle Class?

What is the Difference Between Working Class vs. Middle Class?

Working class and middle class are easy terms to use, but what do they actually mean?

Bitcoin vs. Ethereum: How Are They Different?

Bitcoin vs. Ethereum: How Are They Different?

Bitcoin has been worth between a fraction of a cent and more than a new car. Some people say Ethereum is even better. So, what are they?

What Is Laissez-Faire and How Does It Work In Practice?

What Is Laissez-Faire and How Does It Work In Practice?

Laissez-faire economics have been kicking around for centuries. Here's what the term means.

How Much Is Renters Insurance in 2019?

How Much Is Renters Insurance in 2019?

Renters insurance can keep you safe from more than you might realize. And it's not even that expensive.

What Is the Budget Deficit and What Are Its Triggers?

What Is the Budget Deficit and What Are Its Triggers?

Every year politicians debate the budget deficit. This is what they're talking about.

When Are Taxes Due in 2019?

When Are Taxes Due in 2019?

We're midway through tax season. Here are the dates you need to know.

What Is Withholding and What Does It Mean in 2019?

What Is Withholding and What Does It Mean in 2019?

It hides in every single paycheck you get. It quietly takes a bite out of every dollar you earn. What the heck is withholding?

What is the National Debt Year By Year From 1790 to 2019?

What is the National Debt Year By Year From 1790 to 2019?

America's debt has (almost) always grown. Here's a quick tour through the centuries that shows why.