Money in the Media #8

Your Parents’ Financial Advice Is (Kind Of) Wrong This week's Money in the Media Monday reviews Wall Street Journal Article: "Your Parents’ Financial Advice Is (Kind Of) Wrong." With the vast differences in financial climates from when Gen X and (particularly) Baby Boomer generations were in their prime working years, personal finance must adapt accordingly.... Continue Reading →

The Two Sides of a Money Mindset: Part One

In Monday's post, we discussed how the millennial generation is objectively worse off than the generations before it based on the results of a Federal Reserve study in the Fall of 2018. With all of the obstacles stacked against the individual trying to create financial stability, it's essential to discuss mindset. Getting into the right... Continue Reading →

Money in the Media #7

Millennials are killing countless industries- but the Fed says it's mostly just because they're poor Happy Monday All! This week's edition of Money in the Media Monday we're looking at a Business Insider article called "Millennials are killing countless industries- but the Fed says it's mostly just because they're poor." To millennials I'm sure this... Continue Reading →

Money in the Media #5

Student Loan Debt: The Multigenerational Effects on Relationships and Retirement In this week's Money in the Media Monday, I'm taking a look at the TIAA article "Student Loan Debt: The Multigenerational Effects on Relationships and Retirement." This TIAA and MIT Agelab study brings to light the domino effect student loans are having on the personal... Continue Reading →

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