Born in 1981, I have always considered myself a generational mulatto, born of two temporal parents – one digital, one analog. I remember taking tests or receiving homework assignments made by the mimeograph, but I also remember staying up past my bed time to play Super Mario Bros.
This week’s blogger extraordinaire takes this into account when he doles out the financial advise. Jeremy Vohwinkle, creator of Generation X Finance, www.genxfinance.com for short, understands the digital age and tailors his financial advice to the new and improved, digital human. Because, let’s face it, for anyone under the age of 55 social security isn’t a social welfare program, it’s an oxymoron. Vohwinkle’s perspective is unmatched and his experience extensive, it is my advice that you read and take his.