LendEDU's newest millennial study also found that few millennials are investing outside of their retirement accounts, with only 35% of older millennials (33-38) playing the market. But, those that do still strongly prefer traditional advisors over robo-advisors.
In a survey of 1,000 millennials, LendEDU found that many members of this generation carry all types of debt, a lot of it, and it was across all income levels.
A survey of over 7,000 college students uncovered concerning data regarding how colleges prepare students for the "real world."
Surveying 1,000 Millennials split evenly between three income brackets, LendEDU gauged how this generation perceives wealth.
With over 13,000 answers from current college students, LendEDU analyzed how much responsibility students bear in paying for college and broke the data down by race, gender, school, region, and major.
In a survey of 1,000 parents, LendEDU put some data behind the financial commitment that comes with raising a newborn baby.
According to the most recent data compiled by LendEDU, the average cost for attending a four-year not-for-profit college or university in the United States is $25,290 for public institutions and $50,900 for private. Federal and private student loans, grants, scholarships, and savings are the most commonly utilized resources to help mitigate the ever-increasing cost of [&he
For the fourth consecutive year, LendEDU has analyzed nearly 1,000 colleges and universities to tell you which institutions give you the most bang for your buck, otherwise known as the college risk-reward indicator.
Just a little over six months ago, sports betting in the United States was legal in one place only, Nevada, and it had been like that since 1949. A lot can happen in half of a year, though, and as it stands today, sports wagering is legal in one form or another in eight states […]