Personal Finance Daily: How millennials will recover, fewer companies are starting 401(k)s

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How the millennials will recover

The generation saddled with student debt and plagued by underemployment may recover when wage growth picks up.

Fewer companies starting 401(k) plans

In 2013, companies started 23,056 new 401(k) plans. That’s down 4.4% compared to 2012, and 30% below the 2007 figure.

10 biggest online dating photo mistakes

No humanitarian photos, please. And the airbrushing isn’t fooling anyone.

What successful women do in the morning

For starters, they eat breakfast and drink a lot of tea.

College students spend 15 hours or less studying

That figure used to be 25 hours. We bring you 10 things college students won’t tell you.

7 reasons people think they can ignore Warren Buffett’s advice

In his annual letter to shareholders, the billionaire suggested people should invest in low-cost index funds for the bulk of their portfolios. Here’s why people don’t listen to him.

4 ways to find locally grown food

You have options beyond the farmer’s market.

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