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Budgeting isn’t the only way to achieve financial independence and security.
Simple mistakes that seem like common sense now ended up costing me at least thousands of dollars over the years.
You cannot enjoy your life to the fullest when you have financial headaches every day.
There are a plethora of causes deserving of our help, but there’s a limit to how much we can help with the piddling change left at the end of the month.
With the holidays just around the corner, we’re all starting to feel extra generous, sometimes more than our budgets will allow.
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We asked 22 adults what they wish they knew about money in their 20s. Do any of these results surprise you?
“Fun” doesn’t have to be expensive!
Many of us have burning drive for creativity that we’d like to pursue.
Having to shell out the overwhelming majority of your income every month to various business entities comes as a shock to the system of most twenty-somethings.
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At GenTwenty, we want you to be financially responsible and happy.
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Everyone says wedding planning is an exciting time in your life.So don’t stress–take advantage of our free wedding planning resource for twenty-somethings!
Your love is magic, but your budget is limited. I feel your pain.
The transition from college student to full-time employee takes about 6 months.
We started out with good intentions. We had a budget, we had a plan! So how did we end up here?
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