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Millennials are racking up debt.

Top 25 US cities where millennials are racking up debt

While increases in debt may signal financial struggles, it may also be a sign that millennials are finally increasing their earning power.
Iliza Shlesinger says making millions has been a "slow burn."

The youngest comedian to ever win ‘Last Comic Standing’ says she’s making millions more than when she started her career — but...

Comedian Iliza Shlesinger talks about earning her first $1 million from stand-up and the 2009 Honda Civic Hybrid she still drives.
Credit-card debt in the US increased by $46 billion from the third quarter to the fourth quarter of 2019.

Americans have more credit-card debt than ever, and millennials are really struggling to pay theirs off

Millennials are facing an increasing cost of living that outpaces their income growth, contributing to an endless cycle of credit-card debt.
Millennials typically began saving at age 24, according to a new report.

Millennials started saving earlier than other generations, but they still have less wealth than their parents did at their age

Millennials began saving in their 20s, but their parents waited until their 30s. It goes to show how the Great Recession put them financially behind.

BUILDING WEALTH: How to tell if you’re a ‘Henry,’ based on your salary, savings, and lifestyle

Henrys are high earners who struggle to balance saving and spending. Are you a Henry? The experts share how to identify Henry syndrome.
Millennials hold relatively little real estate value compared to baby boomers at their age.

One astonishing statistic shows just how behind American millennials are when it comes to homeownership

Millennials own 4% of real estate value, compared to 32% of baby boomers at their age thanks to rising housing costs and lack of starter homes.
Some millennials earning more than $100,000 are feeling broke.

Here’s why so many millennials making 6-figure salaries still feel broke

Henrys — millennials who earn six figures but still feel broke — can blame their lavish lifestyle and economic consequences for not building wealth.
Henrys are millennials who live comfortably but feel broke.

‘High earner, not rich yet’: How to tell if you’re a ‘Henry,’ based on your salary, savings, and lifestyle

The typical Henry earns six figures, is in their early 30s, and struggles to balance a comfortable lifestyle with saving for the future.
Are you a Mega-llennial or Me-llennial?

There are 2 types of American millennials, says an expert who studies the generation — and the difference between them is not based on their age...

Me-llennials feel behind in their career and finances. Mega-llennials are more ahead, and don't identify with typical millennial stereotypes.
Millennials will fare better financially in the 2020s.

Millennials spent the last decade struggling to build wealth, but an expert says this will all change in the 2020s for 5 key reasons

In the 2010s, millennials dealt with the recession fallout and student-loan debt — but they're about to enter their prime earning years.