Kevin Mahoney, CFP® is a Millennial financial expert who partners with employers & brands to support couples in creating more financially equitable relationships

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Paid Family Leave

Wage Equality

Caring for a Family Member Shouldn't HAMPER YOUR EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES

Only 13% of private-sector workers in the U.S. have access to paid family leave when a child is born or a family medical emergency occurs. Even the most disciplined financial habits can't overcome the need to leave the workforce.

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WOMEN SHOULDN'T EARN LESS MONEY FOR PERFORMING THE SAME WORK AS MEN

On average, black women make $0.62 for every $1.00 paid to white, non-Hispanic men. No matter how many financial blogs they read, women can't ensure financial security for themselves and their families as long as wage discrimination persists. 

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Affordable Housing

The majority of poor renting families in the U.S. spend more than 50% of their income on housing costs. The Black-white homeownership gap is 30%, which is larger than it was in 1968, when housing discrimination was legal.

You shouldn't struggle to pay FOR HOUSING due to AN insufficient supply OF HOMES 

Black lives matter. Yet, the typical white family's net worth is nearly 10x greater than that of a Black family. We must end systemic racism, police brutality, voting rights suppression, and other injustices to build wealth among Black families.

The Color of Your Skin Shouldn't ASSIGN You TO A LIFE OF FINANCIAL INEQUALITY

Racial Justice

Student Loan Debt

Universal Health Care

BORROWING & REPAYING HIGHER ED LOANS SHOULDN'T Hurt Your FINAnCIAL Prospects

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Your Employment Status Shouldn't Determine Your access to high-quality care

An estimated 5.4 million Americans lost  health insurance in the spring of 2020 due to coronavirus-related job cuts. For everyone else, employer-sponsored health care depresses salaries, reduces job mobility, and creates barriers to innovation.

Outstanding student loan debt in the U.S. topped $1.5 trillion in 2018, or 3x the level in 2005. 33% of Latinx borrowers and 50% of Black borrowers default on their loans within 20 years; Black borrowers default at twice the rate of white students.

We all must actively work to change government policy and societal norms if we want a true chance at financial stability in the future

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