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Yo, thanks for checking out the Millennial Money blog, where I write about personal finance, investing, and entrepreneurship. I don’t really keep a schedule, but post at least a few times every week. As always quality > quantity. If you ever want me to cover a topic hit me up. If you are looking for a specific topic here are the Millennial Money archives. – Grant @MillennialMoney

Have you been thinking about getting life insurance? That’s great news! Perhaps you read my guide to why you need life insurance – and realized life without it is a gamble. It certainly is – so you're making the right choice. Now, chances are you're wondering which...

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There’s one big reason to apply for the Chase Freedom Unlimited® card, and it comes as a pair: 1.5% and 1.5%. Typically, the Chase Freedom Unlimited® card offers a flat 1.5% cash back on purchases. However, this card offers double cash back for the first 15...

I get it – thinking about the time when you're no longer around isn't something you're excited about doing. It's daunting, depressing, and, quite frankly, difficult to imagine. But there are times when you have to. For example, when debating whether or not to get life insurance. Is...

Are you thinking of applying for a credit card? Credit cards can be a fantastic way to boost your credit score, manage your spending, and reap exciting rewards – from cash back to amazing discounts on select products. Of course, with great power comes great responsibility....

Almost everyone I talk with says that they want to save more money—but so many people feel like they don’t know how to get started. Or saving money just isn't fun. it's viewed as a sacrifice instead of an opportunity. Over the past 6 years, I've...

We all want to travel. Most people would rather lounge on a beach in Bali or eat pizza in Italy instead of going into the office. The problem is, traveling can be expensive, making it a luxury rather than a necessity. That is one of...

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