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Ah, your 20s. You’re young, you’re enthusiastic, and yeah, not making a lot of money. Unless you’ve got a trust fund or lucked into a high-paying job right out of college, your 20s can be a time of cheap dinners, roommates, and the feeling like you’re going to be broke forever. Saving money just isn’t easy.
Here’s the good thing: Because you’re young, you can be open-minded about changing your financial habits. The older we get, the more locked-in our fears and ideas of what our budgets should become.
Saving money in your 20s
This week, we have the first in a series of two episodes from Erin Lowry, the author of ‘Broke Millennial: Stop Scraping By and Get Your Financial Life Together.’ She offers solid tips and tricks for saving money together in your 20s and beyond.
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