Monthly Archives: June 2015

ANOTHER HOUSING CRISIS LOOMS AS MILLENNIALS STRUGGLE TO FIND HOMES THEY CAN AFFORD (VIA MECHELE DICKERSON OF THECONVERSATION.COM)

Home-ownership has always beenĀ an ideal in this country. Historically, it has never been universally “easy” to attain, no matter the family size or location. However, it has become quite clear that it is a goal most of us take for granted. How can that be? “Taken for granted” might be an overstatement, but at the […]

NEW GRADS SHOULD DO THESE FIVE MONEY THINGS RIGHT NOW (VIA ALLAN EBERHART OF BLOOMBERG BUSINESS)

One of the most stable investments any individual can make is in their education. A four year bachelor’s (and a post secondary degree if one pleases) can have a profound effect on one’s earning potential moving forward. There are some of you out there that are currently in the midst of your career search. Then, […]

THE RIGHT WAY TO HANDLE INHERITANCE (VIA KIRA BRECHT OF DAILYFINANCE.COM)

Sudden riches can have an interesting effect on people. For many, their basic instinct is to spend their newly acquired wealth on products and services for personal amusement. And while that might not be completely unreasonable, overlooking the process of financial planning, even with inheritance, is. Many of you might be thinking “how often does […]