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Taking Time to Recalibrate with a Financial Cleanse

   Posted On: January 5, 2017  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

With pen poised over a blank page, I struggled to ink my first goal for 2017. Granted, this may be partially attributed to the general pain I feel when marking the virgin pages of a fresh notebook. But I digress. I sat at my desk and tapped the pen against the paper while letting my … Continued

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17 People Share Their Biggest Financial Failures of 2016

   Posted On: December 30, 2016  |    Posted In: Debt  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

The only face you’re required to show online is the carefully curated one you’d like others to see. You use the filters to remove the bags under your eyes. You crop to keep soft parts of your body out of sight. You post updates about how in love you are with your spouse on an anniversary, … Continued

A Love Letter to Millennials, From The Stock Market

   Posted On: August 9, 2016  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Dear Millennials, While reading The Wall Street Journal I came across an article I found quite distressing. Apparently, your generation is flocking to my bastard cousin, real estate, in the hopes of securing your financial future. You’re flippantly tossing around hurtful statements about how I “spook” you or putting your money in my grasp is … Continued

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Building Credit History: an Insurance Policy on Your Financial Life

   Posted On: June 24, 2016  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Sponsored by Capital One “You should get a credit card,” my Dad told me as I headed off for my freshman year of college. Many personal finance gurus and rookies alike may gasp in horror over my Dad’s suggestion, but his rationale was sound. A credit card, he explained, would help me develop credit history, … Continued

Your First Credit Card – What to Consider

   Posted On: May 4, 2016  |    Posted In: Personal Finance 101  |     Posted by: Broke Millennial®

Sponsored by Capital One Picking your first credit card can feel overwhelming. There are hundreds to choose from and how are you supposed to know what’s best for your unique situation? Parents, older siblings and friends may give advice – but personal finance is personal. What works for your loved ones isn’t necessarily the best … Continued