|Religion, politics, sex, money — theyâ°ÃÂªre the topics weâ°ÃÂªre warned to
avoid at the dinner table, but millennial women should be discussing
these the real-life issues on the regular, according to Brit+Co.
While we may have come a long way on the first three, personal finances are something of a final frontier when it comes to openness. Perhaps that can change with a new generation of forward-thinking women.
Brit+Co asked six successful women in their 30s — whoâ°ÃÂªve had some time to reflect on the major financial milestones of their lives (weâ°ÃÂªre talking babies, weddings, salaries, vacations, and graduate school) — to give their younger selves (AKA 20-somethings) a money talking-to. Here's what they said.
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