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March 2020 – Navicore Solutions is pleased to announce that we have launched a new podcast, Millennial Debt Domination. The podcast will be published biweekly and discusses the basics of personal finance that specifically addresses the needs of Millennials and Generation Z.
The podcast is hosted by Katie Fatta, a millennial herself, who provides a personable and relatable dialogue to help young adults gain the tools to take control of their finances. Katie discusses all things money, from student loans and when to start an IRA to how to manage financial anxiety.
The podcast can be found on all major podcast platforms including Spotify, iTunes, Youtube, Soundcloud, Pandora and Overcast.
Millennial Debt Domination addresses the need for financial education for 18 to 35 year olds as highlighted by a recent Northwestern Mutual study that found that 22% of this demographic do not know the interest rate they’re being charged on their credit card debt. This is even more profound when the same study also found that credit card debt and mortgages made up the bulk of 40% of millennials’ debt load, not student loans as many believe.
“Meeting the Millennial and Gen Z population where they are in the online space is a key to providing them with the financial education that will lift them out of the debt cycle,” says Diane Gray, Vice President of Counseling and Education at Navicore Solutions. “We are so pleased for the recognition and funding support from Chase Bank, which will serve to help raise the financial savvy of this demographic nationwide”.
About Navicore Solutions
Navicore Solutions strengthens the well-being of individuals and families through education, guidance, advocacy and support. Founded in 1991, they provide a wide range of services including: credit counseling to consumers in need; education programs through workshops, courses and written material; debt management plans to provide debt relief for applicable consumers; student loan counseling for those struggling with student loan debt; and housing counseling services in the areas of pre-purchase, default and reverse mortgage. The agency is an advocate of financial education helping communities achieve and maintain financial stability.