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10 Reasons to Cut Millennials Some Slack About Their Money

Millennials are getting beat up these days for their money habits. According to observers, people between the ages of 18 and 34 are financially irresponsible — one CEO even suggested they are spending too much money on pricey avocados when they should be saving for a home. But these reports...
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