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Hack the Cost of Healthcare with Medical Tourism

   Posted On: March 31, 2015  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

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, I still can’t get over what a joke it is that the “Affordable Healthcare Act” … Continued

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I Now Pronounce You, In Debt

   Posted On: March 24, 2015  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

A wedding should be a joyous occasion filled with love, laughter and maybe some anxiety about everything going according to plan. But when two millennials exchange vows, it comes at a much higher cost than the price tag of a wedding. The average millennial carries an unprecedented debt burden: an average $29,400 in student loans, … Continued

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Frugal Find: FeeX

   Posted On: March 20, 2015  |    Posted In: Saving  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Today I bring you a very quick review of a new way to see if you’re getting the best deal on your investing platforms. It’s amazing how much money you can lose in just fees, which add up incredibly quickly over the long run. FeeX* offers investors – both rookie and established – a free … Continued

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Why We Need to TALK About Money

   Posted On: March 12, 2015  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

I detested math class in high school, especially calculus. In fact, I understood more of what was going on in my Mandarin class than my math class. I used to sit at the desk in my room doing homework and bury my head in my textbook. I’d yell and throw a pencil at frustration at … Continued