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From Student Loans to 401Ks: Money Advice for Millennials

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A recent survey found that more than half of people aged to 18 to 29 have delayed major life events like marriage, buying a home or saving for retirement because of student debt. We’ll take up financial advice for today’s young adults, how to avoid fiscal missteps and rebound from ones you may have already made. What’s your money question?


Bob Goldman, financial planner with Bob Goldman Financial Planning in Sausalito

Elizabeth Prindle, co-founder of Betterdecisions.money, which offers financial advice for individuals and families in their 30s and hosts personal financial planning workshops at San Francisco State University

Farnoosh Torabi, financial expert, correspondent for Nerdwallet.com, author of "When She Makes More: 10 Rules for Breadwinning Women" and host of "So Money," a daily podcast


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