What Millennials Should Know about Retirement Savings
While it's never a good idea to make blanket assumptions about any group of people, Millennials, in particular, are defying stereotypes. Take, for example, the convention that holds young people are too busy spending their income to think about retirement. A recent survey by Prudential Financial indicates this is far from true of Millennials - Americans born between the early 1980s and the early 2000s.
7 Tips for Keeping Your Financial Fitness Resolution - Every new year is a great time to get yourself pointed in the right direction financially. “Making small improvements at the beginning of the year is a lot easier than trying to play catch-up,” says financial planner Rick Rodgers, author of “The New Three-Legged Stool: A Tax Efficient Approach To Retirement Planning”
Now is the Time to Talk Money with Millennials
The New Year is frequently a time to re-evaluate personal financial goals, but according to research from The Allstate Foundation and Junior Achievement USA, it’s not just your finances you need to talk about. It’s also your teen’s.