Millennials might be mired in debt, not saving for retirement, and delaying medical care, but there are 5 things you can do now to buck the trend
Westend61/GettyAfter coming of age during the Great Recession, millennials are facing a unique set of financial struggles. Using findings from Insider and Morning Consult's latest survey on Americans' financial health, we identified a few pain points for millennials in particular. From saving for retirement to paying off credit-card debt, here are a few tips for bucking the trend. Read more personal finance coverage.
Many American millennials are in dire straits financially.
It's easy to blame low income for bad financial habits — as many millennials do — but the truth is that it's possible to build wealth no matter where you start. Most people want it to happen overnight, but that's exceedingly rare. It takes consistency, patience, and good habits to build a solid financial foundation.See the rest of the story at Business Insider
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