Here’s How To Stop Blowing Your Paycheck The Weekend After Payday

Let me guess. Retirement is one of the last things on your mind, right? I know. I’m a Millennial too. You’re out getting your next tattoo, grabbing some Chipotle and, at the end of the day, worrying about your ever-increasing rent and student loan debt. Read More …

20 Simple Ways To Make Tons Of Cash While Sitting On Your Couch

“Money doesn’t grow on trees,” as people always say. It’s really difficult for a lot of people to justify buying that coffee on the way to work, or even living in a good neighborhood. Money is really hard to come by, and for people who Read More …

4 Ways Millennials Can Add ‘Investor’ To Their Resume

Having grown up as a welfare child, I learned that if I wanted anything in life, Id have to make it happen for myself. I had to work harder to climb the professional ladder. I had to teach myself the tricks of the trade. I Read More …

Why Avoiding Student Loan Debt Was The Best Thing I Ever Did

Most of us want to do it all: find meaningful work, travel while were young, say no to the wrong opportunities, say yes to the right ones, experiment with entrepreneurship, save for the future and create a lifestyle that allows us to live life to Read More …

Would You Ever Marry Someone With Enormous Student Loan Debt?

Imagine youve met the perfect partner. Youve cried quietly together during a movie, met each others parentsand helped each other through hard times. And after a year or so of dating, you can honestly see yourself with this person for eternity. Unfortunately, nurturing this love Read More …

5 Money Questions You Must Ask Your SO That Could End Your Relationship

Things are starting to get serious. Your significant other is incredible and maybe even the one. But wait… have you stopped to have the real conversations that can lead to problems later in life? You know, the conversations that cause both of you to get Read More …

6 Reasons Millennials Should Be Paying With Plastic Instead of Cash

Despite their ubiquity, the majority ofMillennials are cutting up their credit cards. While they deserve a tip of the hat for their attempt at fiscal responsibility, it may not be the best decision. If we succumb to our impulses, credit cards certainly present a risk. Read More …

4 Ways To Build A Fool-Proof Timeline For The Salary You Want

I never thought Id leave my hometown.I loved everything about Vancouver: the mountains, my tight-knit family and the mild weather. I never understood why so many of my friends had started moving to Seattle, Los Angeles, Montreal or Toronto after university. Why on earth would Read More …

How Debt By Way Of Higher Education Will Ruin Millennials’ Lives

Olivia Wright The Great Recession affected all of¬†America, but its aftermath will perhaps influence Millennials most.¬†The unemployment rate for those over age 34 peaked at about 8 percent, but the unemployment for those between 18-34 peaked at 14 percent in 2010. There is no doubt Read More …