35- FinancialVerse Moneysavers
Updated: Jan 15
Originally posted August 14, 2019.
Each week as we research content for the FinancialVerse, we read articles, blogs and magazines looking for information that could help our readers. We also listen to numerous podcasts and radio programs. As you spend two hours per week on your financial education, we thought we’d share three of the best sources we come across each week.
Here are 3 great articles you might find interesting:
9% of Millennials Have Made Great Progress on Their Retirement Savings – But Most Still Have Work to Do Though it's encouraging to see that some younger workers are saving diligently, the majority are still behind.
69% of homeowners regret not doing this one thing before buying a home According to a recent survey, more than half of homeowners with at least $10,000 in unsecured debt say they should have saved more money before paying a down payment.
90% of Americans regret making this money mistake Most Americans report that they waste a considerable amount of money - particularly making impulse purchases they later regret.
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Thanks again for your interest in improving your financial knowledge. There is so much to learn and understand and a variety of ways to improve your financial situation.