America's largest workforce would consider a salary cut to get the really important stuff: flexible hours, job security and promotions.
National organizations and online tools can provide individual counseling on student loan management, NBC reports.
These two-year institutions have done a standout job of preparing their students for the rigors of a bachelor's degree.
Bill Smead, Smead Capital Management, provides his top plays on millennial trends and they do not include Facebook or Snapchat.
These tax-advantaged investment accounts can help you pay for your children's education better than other options. Here's how to start one.
Happiness means never having to apologize for holding excess cash. Here's why.
An EY Asia Pacific survey on fraud shows that millennials are the most willing group to excuse unethical behavior at work.
Christopher Koch, Freelancer.com, talks about how the online marketplaces matches freelancers to jobs and the growing popularity of freelancing in Asia.
E-Trade found a surprising demographic group has been getting into options trading: Millennials.
Ever wonder what's inside those envelopes of cash given at weddings? It's $160, on average, but even more during the prime summer months.
Sim S. Lim, DBS Singapore, talks about the bank's partnerships with Lululemon and Potatohead as part of its millennial strategy.
Attending a wedding can be pricey. CNBC’s Kelli Grant breaks down the big expenses and explains how guests can save.
More than a half-million people are certified to have their student debt forgiven over the next decade because they work in public service.
Students with a bank account tend to have better financial literacy scores, a new study says. How parents can pick a child-friendly account.
Builders are developing simpler homes for millennials but can't lower prices enough
Summer is a great time to earn a little extra spending cash and gain valuable work experience – for those in the right place.
Nearly three-quarters of Americans have financial regrets. The No. 1? Not saving for retirement earlier on.
International Paper CEO Mark Sutton reflects on his college days at LSU and has some advice for college-bound freshmen.
An adult child coming to live with you can sidetrack your financial plans. Take these steps to make sure everyone benefits from the move.
For some high school seniors, putting college on hold could be just the right thing.