Disclosure and Privacy

I, Broke Millennial/Erin Lowry, am not certified financial planner, certified financial adviser or even the proud owner of a shiny business or finance related degree (however, I am now in CFP classes). I in no way should be considered a financial professional nor expert. I do thoroughly research the information I am providing, but it is meant to help promote financial literacy, spark conversation and ultimately provoke people to expand their knowledge about finances. Please keep this in mind if you ever decide to take any advice I may provide.

If you elect to subscribe to this blog (which I hope you do) I will never sell or give your email address to a third party for any reason. In the event that I review a product, book or service I will always provide my honest opinion and disclose if I received compensation for the review. In most cases though, I’m just reviewing a service I currently use, enjoy and believe it helps me be fiscally responsible.

At this time, Broke Millennial is only monetized through a few referral programs (you can see the banner ads on the side), so you may see the use of your cookies generating tailored ads in my banners. This does not give me any information about you personally, nor your personal information. In order to keep track of visitors I do use analytics. This in no way offers any sort of personal information about you, it only provides me with information that someone clicked onto my site, which pages were visited, how long he or she stayed for and a general location. Or to sound more legal about the situation:

Broke Millennial does not share personal information with third parties nor do we store any information about your visit other than to analyze and optimize your content and reading experience through the use of cookies. You can turn off the use of cookies at anytime by changing your specific browser settings.

Updated: October 7, 2015

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