News headlines might lead you to believe that millennials are striking out on a growing list of financial accomplishments: homeownership, paying off student loans — not to mention summoning the will to resist high-end coffee or avocado toast. When it comes to investing, they might have a point. Investment firm TD Ameritrade surveyed 1,519 people … Continued

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When you’ve been living on a college budget, the first real paychecks from your post-graduation job can feel like more money than you know what to do with. Here’s how to spend, save and invest that income while paying down debt and splurging a bit, too. 1. Create a simple budget Yep, a budget is … Continued

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Sometimes good enough is good enough. In a world of information overload, it’s common to feel angst when making choices. You never know whether you’re making the best one. Call it optimizer guilt. And it can be especially prominent in choosing financial products, which can be opaque and confusing: Do I have the best credit card? What … Continued

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