Millennials and babies go together like peanut butter and jelly. Get ready for the best part of your life.

Financial Tips For New Millennial Parents

I hear someone is expecting a baby! That’s just the best news, isn’t it? There’s nothing quite like being a parent and all the fear, stress, joy and excitement it brings. Believe it or not, I’m not just NYC’s Financial Advisor for Millennials, I’m a parent, too. If you’ve got multiple kids, you’re likely already[…]

Millennials should have the financial conversation before getting married. Learn how to communicate with your partner about money.

Millennial Financial Conversations to Have Before Marriage

Remember that teasing tune we all used to sing on the playground: “First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes crippling debt!” Is that not how it goes? Maybe I learned the alternate version of the song. I think what was missing between the marriage and the crippling debt parts was a financial conversation between[…]

Financially Empowering Millennials

Financially Empowering Millennials in the New Year

Before I talk about Financially Empowering Millennials, Happy New Year, everyone! 2016 was kind of a weird, right? We lost some great musical and acting talent. But, hey, at least 2016 didn’t claim Betty White! All jokes aside, this year, I want you to truly feel empowered about your finances. It’s not enough to want[…]

Millennials, Stay Clear of Financial Goal-Setting Mistakes in the New Year

You might remember my article on DailyNews.com “Revisiting Tips for a Financially Empowered New Year,” where I told you I wasn’t the biggest fan of resolutions. Oh, yeah, and I let you call me a New Year’s party pooper? That’s still a true statement (not the party pooper part), but I’m never opposed to you[…]

Student Loan Questions For Millennials. After graduation from college, how do I pay down my student loan debt?

Student Loan Questions For Millennials | Paying Down College Debt

Time to show my younger Millennials some love. I am talking to you my college freshman and sophomores. If you’re like most of my high achieving clients, you made it through high school unscathed. You graduated with good grades (or honors), and did everything “right”: student council, volunteering outside of school or joining every club[…]

Family House. Millennials first home.

The Cost of a Nuclear Family + House

I don’t have to tell you that life is expensive and unexpected. What with gas to drive to and from work (barring your car is still in good condition), rent/house payments (hopefully not at the same time), food (because that’s kind of important), the list of basic costs to live can add up—fast! Throw into[…]