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4 money tips you should’ve learned in college but didn’t

Don’t listen to your parents or teachers. This may sound a bit counterintuitive, but it’s advice we must heed to break the cycle of bad financial decisions. The two biggest messages pushed onto Millennials are the importance of higher education and home ownership. But both of these are turning out to be terrible investments. Millennials, on average, owe more than $41,000 in student loans — significantly higher than the national average of $29,400.
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