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5 teaching tips on opening a credit card

Sienna Kossman

A few weeks back, my boyfriend Steven came in from getting the mail and was ecstatic about a pre-approved card offer he received. The card offer boasted a year-long, 0 percent introductory rate and would be perfect for financing his…
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Young millennial renters: Start mortgage-prepping now!

Sienna Kossman
Preparing for home ownership

As temperatures rise and flowers bloom, many young consumers will be shopping for their first home. Last fall, the majority of prospective homebuyers (53 percent) said they hoped to buy a home in seven months or more, indicating spring and…
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Are millennials really shunning credit cards?

Kelly Dilworth

Millennials are often portrayed as reluctant credit card borrowers who snub their noses at high-interest plastic and prefer prepaid cards and debit for most of their transactions. But according to recent research looking at millennials and credit, it appears that…
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Millennials answer Reserve’s 100,000-point question

Jeff Herman

It’s the 100,000-point question: How will you spend that whopper of a sign-up bonus with your new Chase Reserve credit card? Millennials, who a Chase spokeswoman says are the ones mostly responsible for snapping up the new Reserve cards (see…
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