Saturday Session 09: Travel + Money for Millennials with the Hello HENRY's
Welcome to this month’s Saturday Session! Today, I’m talking to the ladies from Hello HENRY’s, Lauren + Kelda.
These ladies run their own website and offer financial services, in addition to their other jobs. This past year or so, I have been focusing on my own finances and working toward saving money for retirement as well as a fully funded emergency fund and I’ve basically been figuring out what adults do with their money. I have always felt that while we all have a responsibility to take an active role in our finances, I do wonder why nothing to do with being an adult was really covered in school.
In my own experience, I have found that not many people around our age group (the millennials) have this stuff figured out either, and it genuinely scares me a little bit to know how poorly many people in this generation handle their money.
So, I am very excited to talk to Lauren + Kelda today and we’re going to talk through all kinds of money + millennial things as well as how to maximize opportunities like travel credit cards responsibly and getting the most out of your vacation time if you have a more traditional job.
On Millennials + Money
Q1. What prompted you to specialize in millennials + money and do you think the reputation about millennials is generally correct?
Find this question at: 00:07:20
Q2. What worries you most in regards to your peers + money?
Find this question at: 00:11:18
Q3. What areas should millennials be focusing on the most?
Find this question at: 00:15:40
Travel Credit Cards
Q4. How can we maximize those travel card opportunities + make sure we are using them responsibly?
Find this question at: 00:20:32
Q5. I know you two have some great tips in regards to maximizing travel cards, what are some of your best tips and strategies?
Find this question at: 00:26:45
Saving + Retirement
Q6. Saving money (for trips, a new car, house, etc) when you don’t have a traditional 9-5 job?
Find this question at: 00:31:13
Q7. Retirement strategies for non-traditional jobs?
Find this question at: 00:34:29
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Again, thank you to our guests Lauren + Kelda for coming on today and they have a wealth of resources on their website for all things millennials + money, so be sure to check it out!
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