Today’s bits: Beer ATMs, Camp Millionaire, 17 cheap European vacation destinations

69 Percent Of Americans Do Not Have An Adequate Emergency Fund
If you even have one penny in emergency savings, you are already ahead of about one-fourth of the country.

Announcing Camp Millionaire – Money Workshop for Children
Given how important financial skills are to navigating life, it’s surprising that our schools don’t teach children about money.

Beer ATMs Threaten America’s “Waiter & Bartender” Recovery
The beer ATM functions as a self-service wall of taps.

Here are the hottest industries for teens to find jobs this summer
For teenagers, the time off from school could be an opportunity to earn some cash.

A costly ‘gray divorce’ can upend your retirement plans
Among U.S. adults ages 50 and up, the divorce rate has roughly doubled since the 1990s.

4 Tips to Help You Keep Your Emotions Out of Investments
Money is always an emotional subject, but often when our emotions get involved with our investments we will make wrong decisions.

How to make your own financial wellness program
In the main, financial wellness programs tend to focus on education about money basics, including budgeting, debt management, and retirement planning.

Don’t fall for these retirement planning myths
Nearly half of investors said receiving an inheritance is part of their retirement funding plan, according to a recent survey. And more than three-fourths said they’re counting on family support to help fund their retirement.

The 17 best places in Europe to visit this summer that don’t cost a fortune
European travel may evoke a sense of glamour and luxury, but that doesn’t mean it has to be pricey.

I’m a financial planner — here’s the single best piece of advice I can give you about money
Even the most successful people have a money-related regret or two (or more). I’ve come to expect new client meetings to include conversations about financial anxiety, confusion, and frustration.

I want to carpe diem and travel the world—but should I be saving my money instead?
On one hand, I can’t really afford it, in the sense that I could put that money toward building up a six-month emergency account or paying down student loans or otherwise being a responsible adult.

 

 

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