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The Millennial Money Fix: What You Need to Know About Budgeting, Debt, and Finding Financial Freedom Paperback: 224 pages Publisher: Career Press (2017) Douglas A. Boneparth, seeing how the recession affected family and friends, wanted to invest in them so he founded Bone Fide Wealth, LLC, a boutique wealth management firm in New York City which specializes… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Brad Deutser, president of Deutser LLC, a consulting firm that advises leaders and organizations about achieving clarity, especially in times of transition, growth or crisis. He is an expert at leveraging culture to drive business performance, and his firm has counseled organizations ranging from the Fortune 100 to nonprofits…. Read Article →

The Following is a guest post from David Rosell, author of Keep Climbing: A Millennial’s Guide to Financial Planning and Failure is NOT an Option, is a sought-after speaker who has addressed international audiences including the Million Dollar Round Table. He is a recipient of the Retirement Distribution Certificate from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from David Chen at MillennialPersonalFinance.com. Are you worried you might not be saving enough for retirement? As a recent college graduate, retirement seems like a distant dream that you can always start saving for tomorrow. Eventually, tomorrow will be the last day of your working career and you will need… Read Article →

The following is a guest post from Dennis Notchick, a Registered Investment Advisor Representative and Certified Financial Planner with Safeguard Investment Advisory Group in San Diego, CA. Millennials came of age at a time when the job market was weak and their student-loan debt was high. Such a dreary combination did not bode well for a rosy financial future…. Read Article →

Each generation gets a little smarter than the last. As to millennials (those currently age 18-35), they understand the importance of saving for retirement at a younger age than their parents or grandparents. The problem is that millennials have greater hurdles than any recent generation. The first problem is student debt. Unlike earlier generations that… Read Article →

The greying of the federal-government workforce could soon create a hiring crisis as a large swath of older workers retires in the coming years and a new generation declines to fill the breach. Simply put, most young people who are in job-search mode tend to look elsewhere, finding no motivation to vie for federal government… Read Article →

You Only Live Once: The Roadmap to Financial Wellness and a Purposeful Life Hardcover: 159 pages Publisher: Wiley (2016) I have had sporadic contact with the author, Jason Vitug, dating back to the latter part of 2013, soon after I started this blog. If I’m not mistaken, our first contact was in a Google+ personal finance community…. Read Article →

Michael Belk is a military veteran, a retired correctional officer, a blogger and a patriot. His military service took him overseas where he saw poverty first hand. He has a B.A. in Environmental Health and Safety. He strongly believes everyone should educate themselves. He jokingly calls himself the Jack of all trades, but the master of none. Raised… Read Article →

Chris Costello is the CEO and Co-Founder of blooom. Chris has earned the prestigious CERTIFIED FINANCIAL PLANNER™ designation and has been working with individual clients and building portfolio allocations for almost two decades. He also co-founded another investment advisory firm that currently manages over $500 million for clients. At blooom, Chris builds the actual models… Read Article →

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