Recently, I had the chance to chat with Farnoosh Torabi. She’s a personal finance expert who has used her knowledge to help people with actionable financial advice. Her work is deeply rooted in her own experience as a recent graduate trying to get by. At 22, Farnoosh was making less than $40,000 a year in New York City, and she was $30,000 in debt. Working as a financial reporter, she realized … [Read more...] about Being a Credit-Savvy Millennial: An Interview with Farnoosh Torabi
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Like getting a job, buying a car, getting married, or having a child, home ownership is viewed as one of the markers of becoming a “real” adult. Despite hitting those milestones at a later age than their Boomer parents, and dealing with the blow of a tough economy right as they entered the job market, the majority of Millennials still believe in home ownership, even though it’s not the best option … [Read more...] about Buying vs. Renting: Which One Is Right for You?
Between work, family, friends, and errands, we all have a lot going on. When you’re pressed for free time, even fun things like a dinner out with friends can feel like an item on a to-do list. The standard answer for “how are you?” used to be “good.” Now it’s “busy.” Frantically trying to get everything done has become something we brag about, as if never having a moment to breathe affords you … [Read more...] about The Power of Simplifying Your Life