Millennials are killing fast food. They’re wiping out golf. Thanks to them, mayonnaise is as good as dead. If you believe the latest survey — no need to specify which survey here, they’re all virtually the same — there’s very little millennials can’t do. Except, of course, save for retirement, control their spending and keep their grubby … Continued

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In any kind of lending, the organization giving the money wants to be sure that the borrower can actually afford to pay it back. Since a mortgage is typically the largest loan that a home buyer will have, lenders find it important to confirm that a borrower is not taking on too much debt. They … Continued

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When first-time renter Angelica Fattu-Logan, 20, started applying for apartments, she braced for rejection. But those rejections never came — in part because she had good credit. “I applied to about three or four different apartments, and they all accepted me right away,” says Fattu-Logan, a drugstore manager and college student from Peoria, Arizona, who … Continued

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