Emma Miller

About


Emma Miller is an Editorial Intern at LearnVest and a student at Columbia University, where she studies English and Economics. Previously, she has written for the Columbia Daily Spectator and The Wire literary magazine. A Utah native, she enjoys hiking, red rock canyons and good snow.

Posts by Emma Miller

7 Money Links We Love: How to Handle a Workplace Regime Change

Shiny toy syndrome, making meaningful donations and more in this week’s roundup of the top personal finance and career stories. More

Can This New Site Help You Pick the Best College for Your Money?

With this nifty tool, you’ll soon be able to comparison shop for schools based on affordability, post-grad success rates and more. More

4 Sneaky New Credit Card Fees You Need to Know About

The “alternate payment method fee” is just one of several wily add-ons issuers are charging consumers. Here’s how to avoid them. More

7 Money Links We Love: Billionaires With Big Hearts

The 700+ colleges that offer the best bang for your buck, a suitcase stress test for your money and more in this week’s roundup. More

Working Hard for Our Money: Who Clocks the Longest Days Around the Globe?

It’s just as we thought: Americans log more hours at work than people in other countries. And, for some of us, that’s not enough. More

Survey Says … People Would Rather Have Naked Pics Leaked Online Than Money Info

You heard right. According to a new survey, we’d rather expose ourselves than our finances. The other surprising results … More

The Surprising College Major Predictor: Family Income

New data shows a link between economic upbringing and what students study at school. How the $3 million factor comes into play. More

7 Money Links We Love: The Gen Y Workplace Takeover

Why everyone needs a “stop doing” list, mental money magic and more in this week’s roundup. More

Retirement Savings by Decade: How Do Your Digits Compare?

Are you ahead of the game? Falling behind? These stats show how your nest egg stacks up against other people in your demo. More

Big Debt on Campus: Why Money Stress Tops Student Worries

Forget about exam woes—72% of college kids say they’re stressed about personal finance. And student loans are just one concern. More