Young people have a lot going against them when it comes to money. Many graduate from college with significant student debt. They start their careers at the bottom of their earning potential, so it can be difficult for them to save money or think about investing in their retirements. And many 20-somethings make a deal with their parents to move back home so they can save on living expenses and find their financial footing.
I’m the personal finance editor on the Business desk at The New York Times and I plan to provide more coverage geared toward young people to help them navigate their biggest financial challenges. To do this, we want to learn more about what those challenges are, what you want to learn more about when it comes to money and what kind of stories you want to read.
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