How to Save Money and Still Have Fun
January 15, 2020Incidental spending can add up to a hefty bill. Cutting out trips to the avocado toast bar or coffee shop can lead to huge savings. However, there are ways to save money without sacrificing fun altogether.
How Much Should You Have in Emergency Savings?
June 22, 2018Emergency savings is essential to cover unexpected expenses like home and car repairs, as well as to give you a financial safety net in case you lose your job or can’t work due to a medical emergency. But how much should you have in emergency savings and how much do average Americans actually save?
Research of the Week: Is Mobile Banking Better?
March 23, 2018Millennials are the first to jump on new technology that makes their lives easier, but a new survey finds they also may be the first to dump tech that doesn’t perform like they expect. This survey shows the problems with our current mobile banking experience.
Do You Have More Credit Knowledge than These Millennials?
August 25, 2017LendEDU finds that Millennials have some interesting (and wrong) thoughts about how credit scores work. Is this lack of credit knowledge a recipe for debt?
Attention Millennial Homeowners: You’re Probably Doing Home Renovation Projects Wrong
June 16, 2017A Hearth.com survey finds Millennials are gun-shy about traditional options for financing home renovation projects. But the alternatives are costly.
Are You Biased When Choosing Financial Experts?
June 22, 2016A study finds people often choose a financial expert based solely on appearance, but this could be bad for your budget and your retirement goals.
Baby Boomers And Millennials May Share More Similarities In Workplace Than They Realize
April 15, 2016Boomers and Millennials are often portrayed as not seeing eye to eye, but they may share more workplace sensibilities than most workers realize.
Retirement planning: How Millennials Can Build-Up a Better Nest Egg
January 14, 2014
By Jack Hudson When speaking about retirement savings, time has proven to be the most important allies or the worst possible adversary. Millennials and their nest egg For many Millennials, building-up a sturdy nest egg isn’t necessarily on their list of priorities. Millenials have a tendency to infer that retirement planning is something that could […]
Upscale Home Décor on a Millennial Budget
November 8, 2013
Step away from the saucer chair and there won’t be any trouble. You’re well-educated, tech-savvy and three internships away from taking over the world. Why are you still sleeping on a fold-up metal futon? If your answer has anything to do with budget, or a lack thereof, then it’s time to put misinformation to rest. […]
Retirement Planning for Millennials
September 5, 2013Most retirement strategies focus on those nearing retirement. We have some helpful advice for retirement planning for Millennials so you can start now.
12 Money Saving Strategies for Young Adults
February 24, 2012Young consumers just out of school often have trouble achieving stability. These 12 money-saving strategies can help you get ahead and avoid debt.