Year: 2015

Getting Financially Naked with Your Partner

He cast his eyes down and exhaled slowly. I could feel the nervousness emanating from his body as his leg twitched and he drummed his fingers on the table. My foot kept tapping the bar stool as I sensed our moment of truth had

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The Consequences of Aggressive Debt Repayment

Jacquelyn Delcamp felt directionless and unmotivated. Like many of her fellow millennials, the then 24-year-old manager for the ticket marketplace company Vivid Seats explored realms of the Internet for inspiration. She ended up stumbling upon the personal finance blogging community

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Welcome CBS Sunday Morning Viewers!

Welcome CBS Sunday Morning viewers! Here is recap about Broke Millennial and the pearls of personal finance frankness you can expect to find around these parts. Broke Millennial started after a cup of coffee with a friend at 2 a.m.

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Don’t Be a 20-Something Idiot

I’ve been eerily quiet over the last few months, for reasons that will be explained in a later post, but a recent disturbance in the personal finance universe startled me out of my hiatus. “I don’t have any savings, but

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The Magic Formula for Financial Success Post Graduation

Yes, I know I haven’t posted in ages. Things have been a bit busy in personal, work and freelance life. While I get original content cued up, I hope you enjoy this piece… College graduates around the country are currently

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The Day I Got Bullish with Money

I’m not what you’d call a risk taker. In fact, I’m more along the lines of a classic goody-goody. The worst thing my teachers would say about me on a report card was that I could sometimes get “too talkative”.

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Why Owing Uncle Sam Made Me Smile

For all the things I adore about finance, which I assure you are many, I just can’t get hyped up for tax time. Maybe it’s the needing to sit still for about three hours while I file or the general

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The Compromises Millennials Make to Be Homeowners

For millennials who head down the aisle and start decorating nurseries, a mortgage is a scary prospect to add to an already heavy debt load. It makes sense that they’ve delayed the homebuying process compared to previous generations, as only 36

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The Golden Egg: A Financial Easter Tale

Reading the Hunger Games brought back flashes of my childhood Easter egg hunts. When it came to neighborhood and Church hunts, my sister and I were Career Tributes. We possessed ridiculously high competitive drives and uncanny abilities to duck, dip,

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Hack the Cost of Healthcare with Medical Tourism

The following article is a guest post from Chelsea of Broke Girl Gets Rich. ‘Affordable’ Health Insurance = Basically Useless Even though I was able to save almost $1,000 for my 2015 premium costs during this years’ open enrollment period,

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