Poor Millenials: Study Finds Millennials Get More Help From Their Parents

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They say money can’t buy you love, friendship or happiness, but it can cheer you up some times.  There’s one thing money can guarantee up front and that is financial independence. Unfortunately, it looks like the cost of independence has grown faster and taller than ever before.  According to the USA Today / Bank of America Better Money Habits survey, millennials, today’s young adults, are three times as likely to get financial help from their parents compared to when their folks were starting out.