Investing has everything to do with goals, but not every goal has to be about crunching serious numbers.
You’ve got to give yourself some credit. Literally. Fewer than half of you use a credit card, and your financial tabula rasa could mess things up when you want a house or loan.
There’s an episode of “The Simpsons” where Homer builds a website. After filling it with gifs of dancing Jesus, obnoxious talking faces and flying toasters, he sits and watches the hit counter.
Summer is a popular time for weddings, and while you may be genuinely happy for all the people in your life who are about to tie the knot, you’re probably not as happy about the toll their nuptials are going to take on your wallet.
If you feel like you’re the only Millennial with financial problems, know you’re not alone. In fact, 42 percent of Millennials say that debt is their "biggest financial concern".
Keeping up with an industry is difficult. An industry can be a myriad of things — but mostly it’s a group of businesses that provide a particular product or service.
If college is in your future, you’ll need to take either the SAT or the ACT, depending on the school and your area of study.
Around 42% of Americans said they didn’t take any vacation days in 2014, according to a survey conducted by Skift.
Like many young people my first priority after high school was to go to college. However, upon doing further research (hours of Googling and browsing Craigslist for jobs), the future employment market for college grads didn’t seem as lucrative as it had been made out to be.