Millennials, whom we define as those ages 18-34 in 2015, now number 75.4 million, surpassing the 74.9 million Baby Boomers (ages 51-69).
In recent years, young adults have been the age group most likely to live in multigenerational households (previously, it had been older adults).
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It used to be that talking about money was taboo, even within families. New research shows that kids who are part of a family discussion about money and budgeting are more successful in managing their own finances.
Spring break is fast approaching. You wanted to take your family on a fabulous getaway, but there were holiday expenses. Now, you look at your bank account. You realize you can’t splurge like you were hoping. The funds are just a little too tight for comfort.
One day you go to use your debit card to find it’s been declined. You know you have enough money in your account, so it makes no sense. You don’t even recognize the institution where the money went. And, so it begins. You are now the victim of fraud.
The holidays are upon us. You are probably like most people this time of year. You made a list of everyone you would like to buy a gift. Whether you wrote in down or have it in your memory bank, you know who is on it.