Ryan Lynch

Ryan Lynch

Ryan Lynch is a senior at Florida Atlantic University currently pursuing a bachelor’s degree in journalism. He was the two-time editor in chief of the school newspaper and freelances for SFGN and Debt.com in his spare time.

Millennial woman using her credit card online

Are Millennials Better Than Their Parents When It Comes To Credit Cards?

October 16, 2017

They pay them off more often, but they have too darn many of them.

More Americans Making Six Figures are Living Paycheck to Paycheck

October 6, 2017

Despite seemingly solid pay, the group is struggling like their less wealthy peers.

Too many credit cards can be bad for your credit, even if they are as colorful as these

Are Millennials Opening Too Many Credit Cards?

September 25, 2017

The generation is looking for cards that offer more rewards

Millennial man hides his face because he has is afraid of credit cards

Millennials Are Afraid of Their Credit Cards

September 22, 2017

The generation is afraid of debt, creating a vicious cycle of bad spending

A baby boomer man stands at a sunny window contemplating his retirement plans

Baby Boomers Fear 2007 Financial Crisis Ruined Their Retirement Plans

September 19, 2017

Over three-fourths of the generation feel they will have no savings for their post-work life

Overseas workers like this man waiting at the airport see positives and negatives to the job

Overseas Workers Fear Financial Negatives of Their Jobs

September 18, 2017

Workers fear shaky job security and a lack of health coverage.

Illustration of luxury pet expenses: high tech dog house with solar panel and satellite dish on roof and interior lighting

A Third of Millennials Are Becoming Homeowners for Dogs Instead of Marriage

September 5, 2017

Only gaining more space and building equity were more compelling reasons to buy for the generations.

You don't have to pay dumb banking fees.

Americans Fear Bank Fraud, Identity Theft More Than Terrorist Attacks

August 31, 2017

They fear having their Social Security or bank account info stolen the most.

It's hard for Americans to Make Ends Meet.

A Quarter of Americans Struggle to Make Ends Meet

August 24, 2017

In an effort to reverse their fortunes, they are setting financial goals and sticking to them.

Baby Boomers leave the best tips.

Baby Boomers Tip The Best Among All Generations

August 16, 2017

Northeasterners, Republicans, and men also leave more money on average.

Used cars lined up on an auto dealership car lot, waiting for car buying financed through auto loans

Older Used Cars Are Stolen More Than Newer Models

August 15, 2017

Hondas, plus Ford and Chevy pickups are the favorite vehicles of thieves

Map showing top 5 states for most common male and female first names in the U.S.

What’s In a Name? Your Home Value Could Be

August 7, 2017

Named Stuart, Anna or Peter? You’re more likely to have a higher home value.

Millennial spending is tipping the scales on discretionary spending on things like alcohol, dining out and caffeine.

Millennials Spend More on Going Out Than Past Generations

August 1, 2017

From coffee to happy hours, Millennials can’t resist dropping the cash.

Two Millennials sit at an outdoor cafe looking at a Wallet cash flow graph in a Personal Financial Management (PFM) platform

More Millennials Are Saving in 401(k) Plans

July 21, 2017

Baby Boomers still lead in total participitation, but the youngest generation in the workforce leads growth in use over past five years.

Woman fighting a headache, sitting in front of a laptop in a home office late at night, plagued by financial stress

Broke Millennials Can’t Crawl Out from Financial Hole

July 20, 2017

Group had less help from parents, learned more on their own than their more successful counterparts.

Families unsure about how to save money at the store are also unsure about how to teach kids money

Parents Still Don’t Know How to Teach Their Kids About Money

July 11, 2017

Even though parents want to have a conversation, bad habits are passed down through generations

u.s. teens fail financial literacy

U.S. Students Score Below Average on Worldwide Financial Literacy Test

June 27, 2017

The test on basic money knowledge has been administered twice — and Americans failed it both times

3 young Millennials sit in a minimalist office blurred in the background, with a hand depositing a coin in a while piggy bank

Students Relying Less on Parents to Pay for College

June 20, 2017

 Facing higher costs, teens are relying more on scholarships, grants and their own savings.