Millennials and Money


If you have a child in college or living outside the house then you have had this conversation… “Are you coming home from college this weekend?  Yes, can I have gas money?”  Is it just me or does that sound like extortion?  “How bad do you want to see me this weekend?  It’s going to cost you.  I am holding you seeing me as ransom for $20 in gas.”

I realize our national security policy is that we do not negotiate with terrorists but a $20 gas ransom is a good investment.  Oh, but it never ends there, does it?  My personal favorite was being asked for $20 so they can go buy me a $20 gift card from Home Depot for Father’s Day.  But I smile, and make the investment.  And that’s really what it feels like.  But I also realize that things are different.

Find out just how different they are by reading more HERE

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