7 Money Links We Love: Boomers and Millennials Butt Heads in the Workplace

7 Money Links We Love: Boomers and Millennials Butt Heads in the Workplace

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Fewer workers can expect paid vacation time now, compared to 20 years ago. But the news isn't all bad. Paid Vacation’s Decline - The New York Times's Economix Blog

Parents would rather talk to their kids about drugs and alcohol than broach this touchy financial subject. Drugs Trump Life Insurance in Parent-Child Conversations - Bloomberg

September could be a doozy of a month for your portfolio—Wall St. might scale back its bond-buying program and Congress is under pressure to pass a new spending bill. What does it all mean for your investments? Strap Yourselves In, Investors: September Is Going to Be a Bumpy Ride - DailyFinance

Catch the generosity wave: New research shows that altruism, over time, is contagious. Who doesn't love good news about do-gooding? Generosity Pays Off In The Long Run - Business Insider

Want to know if you're acing that job interview? Wish you could decode the hiring manager's body langugage? These tips will help you pick up on the hints that you're knocking it out of the park. 7 Signs Your Job Interview Is Going Well - The Week

Read this before you write that first-of-the-month check to your landlord. Your rent just might be up for negotiation. 6 Ways to Haggle Your Way to Cheaper Rent - WiseBread

Generation Wars: Millennials and boomers are butting heads at the office. What's the deal? 7 Ways Boomers and Millennials Differ at Work - The Fiscal Times

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