The latest on millennial homeowners, tuition freezes, and money makeovers
Here are some favorite personal finance reads from around the web this week.
Fewer millennials are buying homes than previous generations did at this stage of their lives. Here’s an honest, transparent look at 14 millennial homeowners across the country who managed to make it happen, and how they did it.
A new multigenerational study out of the the University of Arizona shows that children of parents who teach them about giving from a young age are more likely to become happy adults who are comfortable with saving money and creating a budget.
While some prefer She’s All That or The Devil Wears Prada for their makeover movie fix, I love to watch (and help) people in tough financial straits turn their lives around. Here, author Ramit Sethi comes to the aid of a young woman and her husband, making a plan for tackling their student debt and improving their overall relationship with money.
—The Washington Post
By voting to hold tuition steady at the state’s public colleges for the coming academic year, Virginia is offering a model for other state governments to follow.
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Freelancers, independent contractors, gig workers, and hourly workers know the up-and-down queasiness of income volatility. Here are strategies to minimize the pain.
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