Seven tips for talking to millennials about money

William Rassman, CFP, Director of Advisory Services, and Centric Capital Advisors •

You have probably watched your Millennial struggle financially, from credit cards to career decisions. If it’s any consolation, money troubles are not unique to your kids: A recent study by PricewaterhouseCoopers found that a staggering 42% of surveyed Millennials rely on payday loans and tax refund advances. Nearly 30% of Millennials are routinely overdrawing on


Millennials post-college: How to survive the costs


There is a misconception about newly-graduated millennials. The older generations would argue that millennials are having the time of their lives: living with little to no care, going to parties every night and eating delicious, unhealthy food. Though that may be true for some, the reality for most can be stark. For most millennials post


Millennials are rapidly changing today’s business landscape — here are 6 reasons for it

Tanza Loudenback •
Business Insider

American millennials now represent the largest segment of the US workforce with 53.5 million workers — more than one-third of the workforce. And ready or not, that number will increase to 75% of the workforce within a decade, according to Jason Haber, a self-described “serial and social entrepreneur” and author of the forthcoming book “The