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From "the burnout generation" to "generation snowflake," millennials have been described in a multitude of ways — for better or for worse.
Early retirees' money habits changed for the better after retiring early. Many managed to lower their living expenses and think about money less.
The Great Recession created a domino effect of financial struggles for millennials — here are 5 ways it shaped the generation
Millennials came of age during the Great Recession, which put them financially behind. Here's how the financial crisis defined the generation.
The number of older Americans filing for bankruptcy has surged by up to 300% in recent years — and boomers are no exception
Baby boomers have more debt than previous generations — and it shows. Credit, medical, and student-loan debt are driving them to file for bankruptcy.
Nearly one-third of millennials who went to a music festival in the past year say they took on debt to afford it, survey finds
Millennials are going into debt to attend music festivals like Coachella, Lollapalooza, and Bonnaroo. We'll give you a moment to let that sink in.
Amazon Prime Day is July 15 to 16. Amazon will be offering more than 1 million deals — here's how you can avoid buyer's remorse.
Millennials and Gen Zers are turning to an unlikely source in an attempt to crowdfund cash for everything from coffee to medical bills
Millennials and Gen Z are using payment app Venmo as a crowdfunding platform for rent, bills, and immigration fees, reported the Los Angeles Times.
Meet the average American millennial, who has an $8,000 net worth, is delaying life milestones because of student loan debt, and still relies on their...
The average American millennial is financially behind, facing a host of financial struggles that baby boomers didn't have to deal with.
Staggering medical bills are the biggest driver of personal bankruptcies in the US. Here’s what you need to know if you’re thinking about ...
What causes personal bankruptcy? Typically, unexpected changes in circumstances. Here's what you should know if it happens to you.
An entrepreneur who interviewed 21 billionaires says the key difference between them and millionaires is how they answer a simple question about money...
Billionaires enjoy making money, not spending it, and it helps them build wealth, according to Rafael Badziag in his book "The Billion Dollar Secret."