The Credit Card Perk Millennials May Be Missing Out on

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The Credit Card Perk Millennials May Be Missing Out on

The Credit Card Perk Millennials May Be Missing Out on

Even though we have a reputation for being somewhat flighty and irresponsible, millennials are generally savvy consumers. In fact, we’re often more budget-conscious than older consumers. TD Bank’s recent Consumer Spending Index polled 1,500 consumers on their spending habits. On average, Americans spend about $1,000 per month on discretionary items like dining out, retail and... Read More

Millennials Will Ghost Their Bank in a Heartbeat

Personal Finance

Millennials Will Ghost Their Bank in a Heartbeat

Millennials Will Ghost Their Bank in a Heartbeat

Everything is going great in the relationship, or so it seems — until one day, that loyal bank customer closes their account and vanishes without any explanation. According to a new FICO survey, that’s exactly what’s happening with a lot of millennial banking customers. In fact, the survey found that this demographic is two to three... Read More

The Best Jobs for Entry-Level Workers

Students

The Best Jobs for Entry-Level Workers

The Best Jobs for Entry-Level Workers

With back-to-school season now in full swing, the last thing on students’ minds is finding a job. But with more college graduates being saddled with student loan debt, landing a job isn’t just a goal but an imperative. Student loan borrowers in the class of 2016 have an average debt of $37,172, which, as we reported earlier this year,... Read More

5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

Personal Finance

5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

5 Steps That Let Me Quit the Cubicle

I recently quit my job. I didn’t quit working. I just quit working for someone else. It’s been more than a month now and my husband and business partner, David, and I feel as good about our decision today as the day I left. One of the best parts about quitting my traditional job is... Read More

The Critical Money Choices You Should Make in Your 70s

Personal Finance

The Critical Money Choices You Should Make in Your 70s

The Critical Money Choices You Should Make in Your 70s

You’ve reached 70, and you’ve got it all figured out. You’ve finally said goodbye to having to work for income, you’re in an easy routine and everything is going well. Then you hit 70½, and the IRS requires you to start taking distributions from your retirement plan, even if you don’t need the money. The... Read More

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