Posts with the category ‘Millennials’
By Kristy Archuleta Sometimes referred to as the “Me Me Me” generation, millennials have become the largest living population in the U.S. (U.S. Census Bureau). Millennials are known for having heavy financial burdens, being the most racially diverse generation — and delaying marriage (Drake, 2014). What do their different views on marriage than previous generations mean for millennial couples, especially when faced with these financial challenges? Are these couples less committed? Do they trust less? Not necessarily. Read more here.
Prepared by Financial Planning Association Throughout her 20s, Nancy Corwin dreaded the day she turned the big 3-0.1 Then the day finally came—and went. “And it was no big deal,” said Nancy. “It was really sort of a letdown after all that worrying,” she joked. One thing did change for Nancy, however. She decided to get serious about her financial life—and her future. The Future Starts Now “It took me a while to get out of that college lifestyle,” said… Read More
By Hannah Bae What would you rather have: A) 10 shoddily constructed garments from H&M, or B) 1 impeccably crafted piece by Prada? For too many young professionals, the answer is A, by necessity. Affording designer goods seems impossible when you’re on a budget. In reality, with a little smart budgeting and a lot of mindfulness, it’s entirely possible to build out a great wardrobe without going broke. Read more here.
Prepared by Yahoo Finance. Our children learn how to read and write in school, but teaching them about money is on you. Kids as early as age 3 can understand the basic concepts of spending and saving. Here are some fun ways to teach them how to be financially savvy. Click here to read more.