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Back to School: How to Minimize Your Student Loan Debt

   Posted On: August 27, 2018  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

This post is sponsored and part of a paid campaign with Citizens Bank, N.A. With the exception of direct quotes, the below advice and opinions are mine. The summer is winding down and it’s time to head back to the hallowed halls of college. You’re anxious to get back to your friends and return to … Continued

Why You Need to Be Able to Earn Money in a Single Day

   Posted On: August 24, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Guest Author

Money panic burns like bad whiskey, doesn’t it? But it creeps up instead of down. I felt the money panic start to grip me, as I realized my rent check of $795 was out in the world, but my bank account was creeping down to $900. (BTW: Don’t feel bad for me, never feel bad for … Continued

The Biggest Financial Decision of My Life

   Posted On: August 21, 2018  |    Posted In: Love and Money  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

This post is sponsored by TD Bank for its 2018 Love & Money report. With the exception of direct quotes and stats from the report, all opinions are my own. Last week, I made the biggest financial decision of my life. I legally tied myself to another person. Yup, Peach and I got married. It’s … Continued

I Can Fill My Cart and Pay For It, Too!

   Posted On: August 17, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Bridget Dennin

In my paycheck-to-paycheck days, I used to dread going grocery shopping. If I needed to go to the store right before pay day, there was a distinct possibility that my checking account wouldn’t cover all of the items on my shopping list. As I walked up and down the store aisles and tossed things into … Continued

From Rags to Broke No More

   Posted On: August 10, 2018  |    Posted In: Broke Millennial No More  |     Posted by: Bridget Dennin

This story is part of the Broke Millennial No More series.  Growing up in an immigrant household money was never a topic. My parents measured wealth by the fact that they were in a democratic country where they could feed, clothe, and house us. My parents were illiterate in the conventional sense, having never completed … Continued