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Millennial Money: How to tell when money advice is bad


By SARA RATHNER of NerdWallet

We are surrounded by bad money advice — from social media, from influencers and even from friends and family. Bad money advice might be oversimplified, ignoring the particulars of your personal situation. It could be outdated or based on harmful stereotypes. It may come in the form of a get-rich-quick scam that sucks you in with slick marketing, only to leave you worse off than before. In a time where we’re bombarded with tips, tricks and questionable life hacks, it literally pays to be able to separate the useful from the ridiculous.

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