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.
You’re probably thinking good, better, best budgeting is somewhat of a grading system on how well you keep track of your spending. It is … to an extent.
You taught them to walk and talk. You taught them to drive a car. You taught them manners. The question is did you teach them about finances? It’s covered in school, right? The short answer is sometimes.
It’s that time of year, when your kids all start their summer activities. No matter what there is at least one activity your child is in during the summer months. That means you need the gear that goes with each activity.
Estimates for graduation are anywhere from $500 to $2500. While your child is worth every penny, you may not have that many pennies to spare. The good news is you can give your child the celebration they deserve and still stay on budget.