Some say that women make sound investment decisions, partly due to their ability to apply the philosophy of selecting good friends to the art of making good investment choices. Here are observations of what friendship and investing have in common.
Money can damage many relationships. In fact, a Money
Magazine survey of 1,010 married adults ages 25 and over with household
incomes of more than $50,000 found that 70% of couples argued
about money more than household chores, togetherness, snoring and
what's for dinner. The good news is you can take steps to repair a relationship damaged by money problems.
In a recent Allstate poll, almost 30 percent of millennials said that their top financial
challenges are whittling away at student loan debt, which has
skyrocketed, and saving for major purchases such as a house. If you’re a millennial focusing on paying down debt, it’s important to start saving while your money has plenty of time to accumulate and multiply.