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Recent survey data shows millennial couples consistently reported greater transparency and more candid discussion with their future spouses on a number of financial fronts than did Generation X or baby boomer couples.
Take debt, for instance. Forty-four percent of married millennials said they had discussed their existing debt with their partner before the wedding.
This is in comparison to 39 percent for married Gen Xers and just a third (33 percent) of married boomers.
This survey was conducted online by the Harris Poll and administered by SunTrust Banks. The survey's results were released Jan. 7.
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Chase has updated the sign-up bonuses for three of its Southwest cards to now include a Companion Pass. The limited-time promotion is available to applicants who sign up through Feb. 11.
Frequent travelers looking to boost their Capital One Rewards miles earning have a lot to gain from booking through Hotel.com (using the Hotels.com/venture portal). Read on to see just how to take advantage of this great offer.
When it comes to rewards credit cards, the idea that users can choose their own bonus category is a fairly new one. However, the recent update to the Bank of America® Cash Rewards credit card shows the trend is gaining traction.
According to a new CreditCards.com poll, many Americans in debt either have no idea when they'll break free from it or have resigned themselves to owing money for life.
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