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Broke Millennial’s Checklist to Avoid Overspending at Christmas

   Posted On: December 8, 2016  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

I’m a peculiar person when it comes to gifts. I never spent an afternoon trying to find where my parents stashed Christmas gifts. In fact, two presents from Peach are sitting in my office, unwrapped, and I haven’t had the slightly temptation to take a peek. I don’t gleefully rip the wrapping from a bunch … Continued

How to Handle Unexpected Medical Expenses

   Posted On: November 6, 2019  |    Posted In: Ask Me Anything  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

This post is sponsored by Lively. There is a big financial issue many of us have or will face in our lives: healthcare costs! To be honest, I’d long avoided focusing my weekly Instagram AMA on healthcare because it’s just such a daunting topic. But a recent partnership with Lively, a 100% fee-free Health Savings … Continued

Hacks to Afford Life’s Necessities in a Budget-Friendly Way

   Posted On: September 10, 2019  |    Posted In: Ask Me Anything  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Sponsored by ZTE and the Axon 10 Pro  In last week’s Ask Me Anything (AMA)  on Instagram, which I do weekly if you don’t follow me there, I posed the question “Ask Me Anything about ways to afford life’s necessities in a budget-friendly way”.  Of course the basics of food, clothing, shelter and transportation are … Continued

Why does the interest rate on my savings account keep dropping?!

   Posted On: August 15, 2019  |    Posted In: Saving  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

The following was part of my newsletter. Not signed up for my newsletter?! Join here. A lot of people asked me this question in last Wednesday’s AMA*. I’m a HUGE advocate of moving your money out of savings accounts offering 0.01% APY (which is a lot of them, FYI). My advice used to be to … Continued

Decoding the Language of Retirement Investing

   Posted On: April 29, 2019  |    Posted In: Investing  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

This post is sponsored by Fidelity A couple months ago my sister came to me with a request: could I help her open up an IRA? Like myself, my younger sister is self-employed, which means she’s entirely on the hook for preparing for retirement. (Her self-employment is way cooler as she works in film and … Continued