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Leaving a Job? Here's How to Rollover a 401(k)

   Posted On: August 21, 2014  |    Posted In: Millennials  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Back in April I took a big career leap and left my steady desk job for the thrill of joining a start-up – where I still have a desk and a steady paycheck, but you know what I mean.  I left behind one important thing when I started my new gig — my retirement fund. … 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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Spell Check Ruined Millennials #LOL

   Posted On: June 12, 2013  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Social media didn’t ruin millennials. Copious participation trophies didn’t ruin millennials. A bad economy didn’t ruin millennials. Spell check ruined millennials. Spell check is the original “Google it.” Spell check meant we no longer had to educate ourselves with those cumbersome dictionaries. An angry, red squiggle under a word just meant we had to click … Continued

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Breaking Down 401(k) and IRAs, Millennial Style

   Posted On: May 30, 2013  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Part II in my on-going series about retirement accounts. Read Part I here and Part III here. More than half of the American millennial population are in debt. Please, hold your gasps of disbelief. A week doesn’t pass without a journalist or blogger commenting on millennials drowning in debt. Whether it’s from credit cards or … Continued