Though many millennials have access toÂ better education and employment opportunities thanÂ their parents,Â they are still confronted with money management issues. “They say they’re good at living within their means, but many are living paycheck to paycheck,” according to a USA Today and Bank of America report on millennials and money habits. “And while this age group has prioritized reducing debt, many are unable to put away emergency savings simultaneously.” The report credits varying reasons, including student loan debt and difficulty finding a job, as to why millennials aren’t saving andÂ making wiser financial choices. These five money experts, however, offer practical and creative tips to improve your financial situation. Get to know these finance gurus and follow them on social media.
Donny Gamble (@donnygamblejr)
Donny Gamble is the founder of Personalincome.org, a digital tool that bridges the gap between the middle class and wealthy through information and education. Gamble is also a published author, investor and contributor to Huffington Post. After seeing his dad suffer through the 2008 realestate crash, he started studying how the wealthy invested and built legacy trusts for their families.