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How to Tell a Bride 'No'

   Posted On: June 26, 2014  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

You’ll find that I’m on a bit of a the bridesmaid kick. Here is my story for US News’ My Money Blog on how to tell a bride no! The wedding industry is a multibillion dollar market, and most bridesmaids can understand why. The average cost of being a bridesmaid hovers around $1,700, according to … Continued

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Traditional IRA: Saving Broke Millennials Hundreds of Dollars

   Posted On: March 5, 2014  |    Posted In: Millennials  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

A week ago I sat down at my computer to do my duty as a patriotic, slightly irritated, American and file my taxes. Filing my taxes always leaves me feeling a little like Oliver Twist begging for more. My first experience with income tax occurred in college — while my parents still lived overseas — … Continued

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Roommates: A (possible) Financial Nightmare

   Posted On: February 19, 2014  |    Posted In: Millennials  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

I strolled into a meeting yesterday to hear a co-worker lament, “and she hadn’t been paying it for two months!” “Hadn’t been paying what?” I inquired “Rent! My roommate hasn’t been paying rent for two months and I just found out!” she exclaimed. Naturally, my immediate thought was: how could you not have known? Turns … Continued

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How to Graduate College Debt Free

   Posted On: January 30, 2014  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

After a summer of touring colleges in the United States and hearing the dastardly sums of money they charged for the privilege of entering their hallowed halls, my parents made a decree. I had to apply to every eligible scholarship. If I deemed free money not worth my time and my parents found out, then … Continued

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Q&A with 'The Economy of You' author Kimberly Palmer

   Posted On: January 16, 2014  |    Posted In: Millennials  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Want more money? There are two things you can do: spend less or make more. Personally, I’m a fan of the latter. Combine making more money with innate love of saving and you have an instant recipe for wealth. Okay, not instant wealth — but a better bank account and investment portfolio than a lot … Continued

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