Just like in The Who’s famous ’60s hit song, My Generation, the recent shakeups in the economy seem to have gotten everyone — young and old — talking about their generation’s financial woes. From millennials not saving enough for rainy days to baby boomers finding themselves in financial high water when it comes time to retire, it seems like everyone could use some simple tips when it comes to managing their finances.
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