Young Adults

Millennials Chronically Stressed About Money

Millennials Chronically Stressed About Money

A groundbreaking study by Bank of America and USA Today finds that many millennials are chronically stressed about money. Shut up! They had to do a study to figure this out?! Here’s the article that uses lots of words to detail these totally unexpected findings, but this post is far superior. Just keep reading for the […]

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Student Banking Advice

Student Banking Advice

Here’s a little Q and A for anyone looking for some student banking advice. Oh lordy, it can be a pain trying to find a bank when you’ve got other priorities like classes, studying, and the socializin’. Well, lucky you, the CFPB (Consumer Finance Protection Bureau) has some sound advice on how to go about […]

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Still Living With Your Parents? You’re Not Alone.

Filed in Save Money, Young Adults by on November 25, 2014 0 Comments
Still Living With Your Parents? You’re Not Alone.

If you’re in your twenty’s and still living with your parents, you’re not alone. Lucky for you the economy is the reason, otherwise I’d have to call you a dork. According to a recent study by Fannie Mae, as of 2013, 31% of Millennials (age 18 to 34) are living with their parents. That’s up […]

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Obamacare If You’re Under 30

Filed in Young Adults by on November 26, 2013 0 Comments
Obamacare If You’re Under 30

Here’s what you need to know about Obamacare if you’re under 30. Starting with the bottom-line: you need to have health insurance by March 31, 2014. If you don’t, you have to pay a tax penalty (What?!). It’s all designed to ensure everyone, even healthy people, have healthcare insurance so that no one is a […]

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Who needs financial education? Just get famous.

Who needs financial education? Just get famous.

A recent survey of kids aged 8 – 14 (and their parents) reveals nearly 1 in 4 kids believe the best way to become financially secure is to get famous. Hey, it worked for Snookie. Other findings from the T. Rowe Price survey include: 21% understand the most likely path to financial security is to invest in stocks and […]

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