The housing bubble burst, Lehman Brothers collapsed and the 2007/2008 financial crisis had Americans looking for alternative financial service solutions. Where would they turn? In the years following the 21st century’s largest financial crisis thus far, Americans sought out businesses they could trust, build relationships with and attain a feeling of security. Americans sought out…Read More about Millennials migrate to credit unions . . . and away from banks!
Like most millennials, I had never thought much about life insurance. That is something that older people worry about, right? Certainly not single twenty-somethings with no dependents! At twenty, I wouldn’t have to worry for years to come. That all changed when my beloved grandfather, “Pop-Pop” as he was called by all of his grandchildren,…Read More about Life Insurance: The Gift That Lives On
We’ve all heard it. Millennials are always on social media and using technology. As a millennial, I’ve always balked at this statement, thinking this doesn’t apply to me. I barely use social media. However, the more I thought about it, I realized it was true. While the statement has a negative connotation, social media and…Read More about "Millennials are always on social media and using technology" . . I proudly agree!
I am one of 43 million Americans (US Census) I have experienced recessions, booms, bubbles, crisis and maybe even a depression I am capable of interacting on social media but prefer face to face communication I like programs and products designed specifically for my needs I am highly skilled, experienced and valuable in the work…Read More about Who Am I?