I think we can all agree that your income is your biggest wealth building tool you have. Secondly, what you do with that income is equally important. You can make six-figures and still be in debt, we were in that boat, or make far less but, properly plan and remain debt free.
There is no one size fits all plan to personal finance. We all have different personal situation that will vary, including different interests, priories, family size, goals, etc. Now image you found out that you were being paid less for the same work the guy/gal in the cubicle next to you or as your college roommate doing the same job in a different city. How would that make you feel?
Typically swapping salaries with co-workers is a taboo subject. Frowned upon by management and can be a real morale killer in the office if salaries were common knowledge. It would be difficult to obtain this type of information legally. Luckily Paysa new report does just that. Breaking down the top companies most likely to underpay their tech talent.