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Millennials will switch to credit cards over time

Sienna Kossman

“Do millennials prefer debit cards to credit cards? What does the evidence say?” The financial habits of young adults always seem to be a hot topic, so when this question appeared on Quora, a question-and-answer information website, I felt it…
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Worry about debt and don’t go broke in your 20s

Sienna Kossman

If you’re in your 20s, stress out about your debt and don’t go broke. That may sound harsh, but I am responding to a recent Washington Post column titled, “Don’t stress about your debt. Go ahead and go broke in…
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My student loan repayment progress report: One year in

Sienna Kossman

I’ve successfully avoided adding ramen noodles to my diet while repaying my student loans, but I’m revisiting my initial plan to see how I can pay down even more debt this year.
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5 tips for building credit while living paycheck-to-paycheck

Sienna Kossman

It’s entirely possible to build a positive credit history by using credit cards while living paycheck-to-paycheck, but you have to tread carefully. Here are five tips to help you do just that:
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Oops, I paid my credit card debt off too fast

Sienna Kossman

Paying down debt too quickly can be just as stressful as holding debt in the first place, or so I recently learned.
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