Author: Hillary Hoffower

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San Francisco is one of the wealthiest and most expensive cities in America. San Francisco's high cost of living is due to its booming tech... [Read More]
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Rich people will shell out premium prices for products without logos because they carry subtle signals of wealth that can't be imitated by outsiders. [Read More]
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The US birthrate is at its lowest for the first time in 32 years, Bill Chappell reported for NPR, citing CDC data. An expert told... [Read More]
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Rent and housing prices in America's biggest cities are unaffordable for many residents. It can take up to 10 years to save for a median-priced... [Read More]
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Because millennials fear divorce and are financially burdened, they're becoming strategic about love. See how this is changing the idea of marriage. [Read More]
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they're behind on homeownership, lagging in saving for retirement, and have debt ... [Read More]
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Andrew Lichtenstein/Getty Images Middle-class America isn't faring that well , according to several results from an INSIDER... [Read More]
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Because many millennials fear divorce, they're taking more time to find the right partner and get their financial act together first. [Read More]
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The class of 2019 is the last of the millennial generation to graduate college. The financial crisis has already put many millennials behind, making it... [Read More]
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Deutsche Bank released its annual "Mapping the World's Prices" report, highlighting the average monthly rent for a typical two-bedroom apartment. Hong Kong is the world's... [Read More]
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Millennials and their finances aren't in hot shape, according to several results from an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey. They're delaying homeownership, aren't saving enough,... [Read More]
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The Beckley, West Virginia, metro area is the cheapest place to live in the US. The median home price is $110,000 and there are plenty... [Read More]
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Americans think it takes an average of $2.3 million to be wealthy, according to Charles Schwab's 2019 Modern Wealth Survey. However, San Francisco residents think... [Read More]
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Home prices are increasing, leaving fewer starter homes on the real-estate market. While some millennials are bypassing starter homes altogether, others are still looking to... [Read More]
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