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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.

 

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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.

By Liz Furman | April 9, 2018

No credit union exists solely to serve millennials ... yet. However, making up First Millennial Credit Union brought to light what its creators really want from a financial institution.

By Victoria Taylor | March 26, 2018

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Deeba Izadpanah | March 14, 2018

One millennial’s quest to understand the hype behind the plastic and find the perfect fit.

By Victoria Taylor | Feb. 26, 2018

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Sharon Simpson | Feb. 12, 2018

A Gen X mother shares three ways any parent, or financial institution, can encourage money management.

By Erik Payne | Jan. 24, 2018

Callahan’s dog owners talk responsibility, finances, and decision-making.

By Erik Payne | Jan. 10, 2018

It’s all fun-and-games until the credit card bill comes due.

By Sophia Giulajan | Nov. 30, 2017

One Callahan millennial explains why she tends bar in addition to her 9-to-5.

By Erik Payne | Nov. 15, 2017

One millennial wonders if he will have to rent for the rest of his life.

By Madison Harbin | Nov. 2, 2017

We want financial success. Here’s how credit unions can help us get there.

By Maya Neuman | Oct. 17, 2017

This millennial wants plastic with the right mix of rewards, security, and budgeting tools.

By Mike Zaleski | Oct. 2, 2017

I am a veteran, and Navy Federal’s “Millennials and Their Money” highlights something I know to be true.

By Erik Payne | Sept. 11, 2017

Callahan’s millennials weigh in on Debitize, a service that promises to make a credit card act like a debit card.

By Victoria Taylor | Sept. 6, 2017

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Erik Payne | Aug. 28, 2017

An investigation into whether millennials should take responsibility for killing homeownership.

By Meghan Sink | July 27, 2017

This generation has other long-term goals when it comes to their finances.

By Meghan Sink | July 25, 2017

Brand loyalty is weak among millennial consumers, but a new take on the concept is taking shape.

By Meghan Sink | July 13, 2017

Millennials payment preferences, third-party payment apps, and how credit unions should capitalize off the two.

By Victoria Taylor | July 10, 2017

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Meghan Sink | July 7, 2017

I'm noncommittal and so is my generation. We are redefining everything – even the credit union industry.

By Victoria Taylor | June 28, 2017

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Meghan Sink | June 21, 2017

The millennial disposition toward education and the student loan debt often associated with it — and how credit unions can help them overcome it all.

By Meghan Sink | June 15, 2017

How the unspoken requirement of the internship impacts my life and my generation and how it should impact credit unions.

By Meghan Sink | June 8, 2017

The familial influence is strong, but here are two ways credit unions can sway a switch.

By Victoria Taylor | June 1, 2017

This millennial couple is moving into a mortgage. Follow their first-time homebuyer story.

By Meghan Sink | May 31, 2017

A new CreditUnions.com millennial correspondent introduces what’s next for her generation.

By Mark Manicone | May 1, 2017

The American Dream is a strong national ethos that defines this country. But has that dream evolved, and does it mean the same thing for me as it once did for past generations?

By Mark Manicone | May 1, 2017

Enrollment in college and the amount of student loan debt are at an all-time high. See where two millennials at the University of South Carolina fall into the student debt narrative.

By Mark Manicone | April 13, 2017

We want what we want. Here, two twenty-somethings offer personal accounts of surprise fees and uncertain service.

By Mark Manicone | March 20, 2017

30% of college students surveyed for a LendEDU study said they used student loan money for spring break. That’s their business … and their burden.

By Mark Manicone | March 13, 2017

Revisiting the topics of The Millennial Disposition through the eyes of Syed, a 20-year-old student at the University of South Carolina.

By Mark Manicone | March 7, 2017

To serve consumers of alternative financial services, credit unions must first understand who they are and what they want.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 20, 2017

If prospective members can’t easily determine whether they are eligible to join a credit union, they’ll lose patience and interest.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 13, 2017

We aren’t known for our tight relationships with financial services providers, but credit unions can set their business apart from the competition.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 2, 2017

The fluctuating economy has had a large effect on the millennial mindset. Here are some of the overarching problems that permeate the generation.

By Mark Manicone | Feb. 1, 2017

Credit unions can benefit greatly from knowing the perspective of the millennial generation. Here's a guided tour into their mindset.