Millennials: Getting the right mix of financial advice

I never thought I’d be in an article about having good finances, let alone millennials and good financial advice.. It seemed impossible back when I graduated from collegge and uni, faced with debt from school, and every major credit card. I moved back from Australia and was BROKE. I had mounting debt and wasn’t making nearly enough money. I was on this show called Maxed Out (now on the Oprah Network!) where I confronted my debt with a financial advisor and through that experience, got a better paying job. If you don’t think you’ll get a spot on a show so you’re able to tackle your financial issues head-on, instead just get in touch with a service like Traverse City wealth management firm so you’re able to fix your finances. The host thought me making a living by being ‘Casie Stewart’ was a total joke and nearly impossible since I didn’t come from money. She compared me to Paris Hilton and I officially launched my casiestewart.com website at the end of the show. I had been writing THIS IS MY LIFE at blogspot but finally went to my own url. This week, an article that I consulted on recently came…

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counting pennies?

Every morning before work I watch BT. Kevin Frankish is so funny. Today they mentioned that Honest Ed’s is offering customers ‘Depression Pricing’. All of the stuff at Ed’s is priced so low!! I am talking like 10 cents and 25 cents yo. So, if you are feeling poor, scrape your pennies and go get some crap over there! You’ll feel like a million bucks by only spending about $10.

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I Can Strut

Q: WHAT ADVICE WOULD YOU GIVE A YOUNGER YOU IF YOU ONLY HAD 5 SECONDS TOGETHER? 1. Casie Stewart 2. Age:26 3. My wisdom: “Just because you don’t have money, doesn’t mean you can’t compete. You just have to be more creative! “ Got some wisdom?Send it here: submissions@strutmagazine.com

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The biggest loss ever….

Lawmakers point fingers as bailout fails Read it for yourself. Get educated. Get informed. WASHINGTON (CNN) — Democrats and Republicans on Capitol Hill immediately blamed each other for the failure of a $700 billion bailout package in the House on Monday….. The stock market immediately dipped hundreds of points after it became apparent that the bill would fail. The Dow closed down 777 points at the end of trading Monday, a record plunge.

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