The 4 Most Common Retirement Mistakes Millennials Make with Money

Luckily, there's plenty of time for you to recover from these all-too-common financial blunders.

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It might not come as news that we Millennials receive little respect for our financial skills. Having grown up in an era where the focus regularly fell on protecting individuals’ self-esteem (e.g., participation trophies), I can attest we often received reminders about our uniqueness and why we should always follow our passions.

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Owner, WealthUp

Riley Adams, CPA, is originally from New Orleans but now lives in the San Francisco Bay Area, where he works as a senior financial analyst at Google. He is also the founder of WealthUp, a personal finance website where people of all ages can learn about money, discover their financial selves, and develop the skills they need to grow their nest egg.