Take money now or wait for more in a year?
Your boss is giving out bonuses at your workplace and tells you two options. You can have a $200 bonus today or have a $250 bonus in a year. Which option would you choose?
Miami Herald's The Home Economist is exploring short-term vs. long-term rewards, and we'd like to hear from locals on their choices.
In the scenario above, would you take the bonus money now or wait a year? Be a part of this story by telling us below. You can also contact columnist Brett Graff at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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