Young Investors Series: “I Started Investing Later in Life!”

Reporter: Tanisha Sykes

Publication: USA Today


Deadline: May 19, 2017 7:00 pm

Working on a Young Investors series of profiles. Seeking a 20-36-year-old male or female from the U.S. who considers themselves a “Late Bloomer” as it relates to investing. This young investor has, for a myriad of reasons, started investing late and hasn’t utilized a 401(K) or other investment tools for 5-10 years. Send 100 words or less to Requirements: Subjects must be an American Millennial, age 20-36, willing to
discuss his or her financial background, habits, and investment style. Looking for people who are open about their age, how much they have saved, income, debt levels etc.

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