With the Conneticut school shooting, one thing that seems to stick out is a focus on where our money is going.
People don’t want to be seen as supporting assault weapons and are moving their money out of companies associated with them.
But it’s not just investment money. Earlier this year, people were ceasing patronizing Chick-fil-A after controversial remarks by the company’s president.
So my question is: how much do you know about where your money goes? Do you track it?
Vote in my poll below or let me know in the comments!
The Powerball jackpot is up to $500 million for tonight’s drawing.
No matter whether you buy a ticket or not, everybody that hears that just stops and wonders: what would I do with that kind of money?
Here at the Daily Item, there’s an office pool and we’re dreaming big!
Here’s my list:
- Pay off my student loans, plus my older sister’s and my boyfriend’s.
- Buy a car that is less than 10 years old. I’ve never had one of those.
- Start a college fund for my younger sister.
- Buy a 3-D television
- Splurge on something. I don’t know what yet, but then again, I’ve never been able to walk into a store and buy everything.
It’s a list of things I dream of being able to afford, but likely never will.
What would you do if you hit the jackpot? What would you buy?
And check out fellow reporter Rick Dande’s lottery blog, Lottery Moments, full of stories about winners, odds and more!