How To Manage Finances In Your Late-20s (Because, Face it, You Have Zero Clue)

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I'm not in my late-20s just yet, but I am a millennial. If you choose to stop reading now that I've used that word—good. I don't need yet another person on the internet telling me that I'm somehow entitled and looking for handouts because of the year I was born—1991 represent!! Ya'll can get bent, please and thank you.

I don't think millennials are looking for handouts. I think they simply wanted to star their adult lives without drowning in hundreds of thousands of dollars in student loan debt. Not sure if this goes without saying, but it's CRIPPLING. Not crippling because I can't buy tickets to Coachella, but crippling because who wants to live with their parents until they're 30?! Please, tell me. Being a bum and being in your late 20s nowadays are NOT synonymous. We're victims of circumstance.

My rant is now over. I'll get to the actual information. Apparently, there ARE actual financial goals millennials should be focusing on. I capitalized ARE for emphasis, obviously. To be honest, nobody taught us this sh*t during school (you know, the buildings we sat in for 12-years to be educated).

The New York Post highlighted some pointers that seem doable, which is more than I can say for most things saving-money-oriented—

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