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Millennials Who Are Thriving Financially Have One Thing in Common—Gillian B. White
Millions of America’s young people are really struggling financially. Around 30 percent are living with their parents, and many others are coping with stagnant wages, underemployment, and sky-high rent.
And then there are those who are doing just great—owning a house, buying a car, and consistently putting money away for retirement.
These, however, are not your run-of-the-mill Millennials. Nope. These Millennials have something very special: rich parents.
5 Myths About Youth Ministry—Scott Frazier
What do you think about when you hear the words “youth ministry”?
The mere mention of youth ministry can invoke a wide range of mental images ranging from: chubby bunny, exhausting lock-ins, ridiculous skit characters, terrible youth pastor goatees, church camp, purity rings and 15 passenger vans careening down the highway threatening the safety of anyone within a two mile radius.
There are many preconceived notions about what we do in youth ministry; however, since becoming a youth pastor myself I’ve realized that many of those are culturally perpetuated myths.
Why Millennials May Be Risking Their Retirements with This Investment—Walter Updegrave
It’s hardly news that many young investors are wary of the stock market. So I was hardly taken aback when a recent survey by the Indexed Annuity Leadership Council (IALC) found that more than twice as many investors age 18 to 34 described their retirement investing strategy as conservative as opposed to aggressive. But another stat highlighted in IALC’s press release did grab my attention: namely, 52% of Millennials—more than any other age group—said they were interested in fixed indexed annuities.