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More bad news for 30-somethings: The Great Recession may have hurt them most of all - MarketWatch

More bad news for 30-somethings: The Great Recession may have hurt them most of allMarketWatchAnother troubling trend: we aren't saving as much money as we used to, leaving many of us ill-equipped to cope with retirement — or financial emergencies. Numerous studies ... Americans now have the highest credit-card debt in history — $1.021 trillion.and more »24-05-2018

More bad news for 30-somethings: The Great Recession may have hurt them most of all
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Another troubling trend: we aren't saving as much money as we used to, leaving many of us ill-equipped to cope with retirement — or financial emergencies. Numerous studies ... Americans now have the highest credit-card debt in history — $1.021 trillion.

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