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Divorcing in your 20s? These are the 4 questions you should ask yourself to make the process go smoother, according to a divorce lawyer.
As millennials — especially those between the ages of 25 and 35 — embrace the idea of "starter marriages," divorces are more common.
San Francisco has 16 gyms and wellness facilities per square mile — more than any other US city. It shows where millennials spend their money.
Millennials aren't so interested in traditional retail, but they'll pay for pricey gym memberships, boutique fitness classes, and wellness treatments.
Henrys are high earners who struggle to balance saving and spending. Are you a Henry? The experts share how to identify Henry syndrome.
Millennials are destigmatizing 2 topics their parents viewed as taboo — and it says a lot about the world they’ve grown up in
Millennials are more open than their parents to talking about money and mental health, and it's all because they recognize the power of transparency.
Black students are more likely to take on debt, and graduates are nearly five times as likely to default on loans than their white peers.
One astonishing statistic shows just how behind American millennials are when it comes to homeownership
Millennials own 4% of real estate value, compared to 32% of baby boomers at their age thanks to rising housing costs and lack of starter homes.
More women are freezing their eggs to delay having kids — but the process costs thousands of dollars and still might not work. Here’s what...
Experts say egg-freezing costs can range from $6,000 to $20,000 per cycle depending on age and location — and that doesn't include storage fees.
Henrys — millennials who earn six figures but still feel broke — can blame their lavish lifestyle and economic consequences for not building wealth.
A recent LendingTree report looked at the most popular cities where millennials are house hunting. Of the top 10, most are in the north and midwest.
Electric scooter injuries among millennials in cities more than doubled in a single year, new study finds
In 2017, just over 2,000 people aged 18 to 34 were injured on electric scooters. By 2018, that number jumped to over 5,300.