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My Generation

By Marit Hoyem | July 25, 2022

The industry could learn a lot from a group of undergrads pursuing a charter for a credit union to serve the students at George Washington University.

By Marit Hoyem | July 11, 2022

Gen Z sees the P2P payments service as more than just a way to split the cost of a night out — it’s also a social platform and de facto checking account.

By Marit Hoyem | June 27, 2022

The industry can fill a void on the social app, where posts intended as financial education are frequently just vehicles for content creators to promote their personal brands.

 

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By Deeba Izadpanah | Sept. 19, 2018

It’s 2018. Is a text back and pizza too much to ask?

By Erik Payne | Aug. 29, 2018

An informal office poll attempts to identify differences in attitudes on paper payments.

By Brianne Aiken | Aug. 27, 2018

Plus, four reasons other millennials have trouble doing the same.

By Amir Dif | Aug. 9, 2018

Today, I bank exclusively online. But that might not be the case forever.

By Erik Payne | June 28, 2018

Low unemployment, worker shortages, and normalized bad behavior has given rise to a new trend.

By Erik Payne | May 7, 2018

Three Callahan millennials talk about what it takes to buy a home, from the emotional connection to setting long-term savings goals.

By Samantha Cristobal | April 25, 2018

Even with preparation, middle school students are surprised to see how tight real-life budgets can pull.