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Baby Boomers, Gen X & Millennials: They All Have Their Money Problems


A new report confirms what we all fear to be true: Americans, no matter their age, are generally terrible at managing their money. In short, we all need to save more. A lot more. This insight comes from Financial Finesse, a think tank geared toward helping people reach financial independence and security, in its 2015 generational research study released today. Financial ... Read More »

    How Smart IRA Planning Can Help You Pay Less For College


    With college expenses at some of the best schools now exceeding $ 60,000 per year, education-related expenses are often one of the biggest obstacles many baby boomers face when saving for their own retirement. For many families, planning for a college education goes hand in hand with IRA’s and retirement planning. Retirement Assets are Exempt from the EFC A family’s ... Read More »

      Baby Boomers and the Dilemma of Facing Retirement

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      In 2006, the group of Americans known as baby boomers (1946-1964) turned 60 years old. Now almost a decade later, a number of them are either heading toward or have entered the retirement phase of their lives. The fact is that this is a transition that is not always as serene as many boomers envision such an experience will be. ... Read More »

        Student Loan Debt by Generation. Sorry Gen X and Millennials.

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        Here is a nifty infographic showing the generational difference and growing danger of student loan debt. Looks like Generation X, those born between 1965 and 1984 is sinking fast. But more Millennials are loaded up with debt than any other generation. And this is what an unfolding crisis looks like. Get Out of Debt Guy – Twitter, G+, Facebook Need ... Read More »

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