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According to the article, which focuses on a research report from Financial Finesse, Millennials are pros when it comes to saving money and managing what little cash they do have.
Who has $28,000 to spend on a wedding — especially if you have student debt and you are hoping to save up for a house?
One of the essential ways to make sure that you are keeping your finances in check is to pay attention to where your money goes each month.
If you want to outlive your money, it’s important to take advantage of youth and time. One of the most important decisions is to decide to invest in a tax-advantaged retirement plan, like a 401(k).
If you are trying to measure your financial progress, one way to keep track of how you are doing is to use your net worth as a metric.
One of the issues with new wealth is that it can provide you with a feeling of giddiness. Unfortunately, this wealth effect can lead to poor financial behaviors — and even to debt.
Before you decide to buy a house, though, it's important to study up a little bit. A home purchase is a large and complex transaction, and you need to know what that entails before you take the plunge.
It’s important to get a handle on why you are buying something. If your lifestyle inflation is simply going to result in higher status with others, and make you feel better about your situation, that could be a warning sign.