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Make generation love not war

10 monthes ago   |   By Better With Money

We have seen in recent years the stoking of Generation Y's agitation in how financially rough they've got it - and how the previous generations had it easy. In fact, while Generation X - generally deemed to be those born between 1960 and 1980 - did have some advantages that are now largely unavailable, such as final salary pensions - this wasn't available for most of the population - just more than today! Unfortunately, they're hardly laughing their way to the bank. Instead, the reality is much different. They're not only being blamed for this new generation's problems, they're also facing...
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