Hello! Guest writer here. My name is Vivian, and I spent this summer interning at Holberg Financial. I’ll be starting my second year of college at the University of Chicago this fall. As my first internship draws to a close, I’ve spent some time in reflection.
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“In any moment of decision, the best thing you can do is the right thing. The worst thing you can do is nothing."
- Teddy Roosevelt
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There is a lot of reluctance among millennials to actually pay for financial planning. Yet, we still want the knowledge and the information that is going to make us successful. Now, admittedly, we know you aren't going to go out, read 5 to 15 personal finance books, and call it good - but reading something is almost always arguably better than reading nothing. Do we believe that everyone can learn how to manage their money themselves? Emphatically: Yes.