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Lionel Hounkanrin

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Money-Smart Millennials
General Finance
millennial, budgeting, debt, credit card, entrepreneurship, savings, career
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Frederick , Maryland, United States
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DINK (Dual Income, No Kids)
Treasury Analyst
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If you’re a business owner, the chances are you know how challenging it can be sometimes to stay motivated when it comes to progressing your business. With so many different things on your mind, it’s easy to forget why you started and what it is you want to achieve. While some business owners lose their […] ...
Posted: May 11 2019 @ 12:26 PM
Look around you and there will be no surprise that most of your friends have multiple sources of income. Whether it is a second job or what some might consider a side hustle, it seems like everyone these days has ways to diversify how they make money. Economic times have changed and I believe it […] ...
Posted: May 11 2019 @ 2:27 AM
In my experience, making the effort and taking the time to plan and manage your money responsibly pays off. Too many millennials (and people in general) simply go with the flow when it comes to money management and they get painfully surprised when the unexpected happens or simply when they need the money. When you […] ...
Posted: May 08 2019 @ 7:27 AM
More millennials are setting up their own businesses or working as freelancers instead of settling for traditional employment. It’s a fact that around 66% of millennials hope to start their own business one day, with many never working as an employee. This is fantastic. Starting a business is great for you. It means that you […] ...
Posted: May 07 2019 @ 10:44 AM
When explaining to people, especially millennials, that it will take discipline in their finances to achieve stability, some of them tend to cringe. The truth is just like it takes effort, discipline in consistency in any other worthwhile endeavor, being secure financially doesn’t happen by accident. In the past couple articles, we looked at investing, […] ...
Posted: Apr 30 2019 @ 12:38 AM
For most of us, as some point in our lives, we start thinking about the future or a legacy. We start imagining what retirement could be like, what a life of true financial stability would mean. In parallel, we consider our current financial position and whether it will take us where we want to be. […] ...
Posted: Apr 28 2019 @ 10:00 AM
Whether we practice it not, we all know that when it comes to money, it’s best to have a savings fund for a rainy day. Rainy days and surprises do not alert us and when we are not ready, the repercussions can be devastating. When the unexpected happens, having enough resources can come in handy. […] ...
Posted: Apr 23 2019 @ 4:38 PM
If you’ve been following moneysmartmillennials.com for a while or you’ve read Money-Smart Millennials: How to Be Financially Stable in Your Twenties and Early Thirties, you’ve realized that I am a huge proponent of entrepreneurship. It is in my opinion, one of the surest ways to be in control of your finances. Yes, it takes hard […] ...
Posted: Apr 09 2019 @ 3:17 PM
Millennials are not the first to complain about the cost of living. But, it would be unfair to reject their claim without consideration. Ultimately, as time goes by, everything is getting more expensive. Life for Millennials is a little less affordable than it was for their parents at the same age. For means of comparison, […] ...
Posted: Apr 07 2019 @ 9:18 AM
As you are reading this article, You might be a graduating student or someone who is very content in your career. On the other side, you may be unhappy with your source of income, or might want to make sure that you can get onto the best career ladder once you graduate. Whichever of these […] ...
Posted: Apr 05 2019 @ 2:24 PM


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