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These Young Consumers Are Buying Their First Home During The Pandemic

It takes a lot of courage to move forward with a life-changing financial decision in the midst of the pandemic. But many young consumers are doing just that. They are forging ahead with their very first home purchase in one of the most uncertain economic climates we’ve ever experienced. In fact, Client Associate Scott Weigel, whom […]

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12 Most Affordable Housing Markets For First-Time Homebuyers

Young Americans are priced out of real estate markets in many of their favorite cities. Home values are so high in relation to income in the nation’s leading metropolitan areas that young home-buyers would need decades to save enough money to put down a 20% down payment. But it doesn’t need to be that way. […]

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Think You’ll Inherit? What You Think May Be All Wrong

Many Americans may have an unrealistic view of how much they’ll inherit, and that’s especially true of millennials, or the generation born between 1981 and 1996. There seems to be a huge disconnect between what millennials think they’ll inherit and what’s actually on the way, writes Rose Kennedy for the Atlanta Journal Constitution, quoting Adam Financial […]

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Is It Time For A Smartphone Detox?

Columnist Julian Hayes wrote about spending 60 days without his smartphone, and chronicled what he learned about life, mental well-being and the powers of observation when he wasn’t tethered to an electronic device. Most of us aren’t going to replicate his experiment any time soon, but here’s some serious smartphone food for thought. According to […]

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#1 Best Way To Help The Kids or Grandkids? Get That Roth IRA Going

During a client meeting in our office last week, we talked about how they – parents of young adult kids (in their 20s and young 30s) – could help the kids get onto a sturdier financial footing without killing their own initiative or enabling them. We’ve written about this a lot, but it’s always worth repeating […]

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Quote Of The Week: Becoming A Caregiver, 30 Years Earlier Than Expected

“There comes a point in time where everyone has to care for a parent. It just happened 30 years sooner than I ever anticipated it.” Interview with Adrienne Glusman, who became her mother’s caregiver at age 29, as interviewed by  Clare Ansberry, “The Call to Care for Aging Parents Comes Sooner Now,” The Wall Street […]

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The Kids Are Alright: The Rise Of The Millennial Workforce

If you’re a Baby Boomer, prepare to be outnumbered! In fact, it’s too late. You are already in the minority. Millennials are now the largest generation in the U.S. labor force, says the Pew Research Center based on analysis of U.S. Census Bureau data. Millennials are defined as those born 1981 to 1996, or those aged […]

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When It Comes To Money, Your Phone May Not Be Your Friend

Millennials using mobile payments for transactions are more likely to overspend, pay credit card fees and use pricey loan services, says a new study from the Global Financial Literacy Excellence Center (GFLEC) at the George Washington University School of Business. That shows that what’s fast and convenient may not always save you money, and may […]

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Is Social Media Stunting Your Financial Progress?

Social media has been blamed for all kinds of societal ills lately, from undermining self esteem, to promoting fake news, and even to rewiring the pathways in your brain. So here’s a new problem that’s been chalked up to too much time on social media. It seems that millennials, in particular, may be seeing their […]

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The Kids Are Alright: Waves Of Millennials Buy Their First Homes

They’ve definitely moved out of the basement. U.S. homeownership rates rose last year for the first time in 13 years, driven by young buyers purchasing their first homes. All the hand-wringing about millennials living in the basement and never being able to buy their own home has proved to be unfounded. The largest demographic group […]

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