PODCAST: Millennials aren’t building credit
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First up, a new report that millennials are avoiding credit cards. A study out today by Bankrate.com finds that younger adults–the ones who hit the workforce around the year 2000 and younger–are avoiding credit cards. That’s in part because they don’t want more debt beyond their student loans. And when members of Congress get back to work in Washington today, Republicans and Democrats expect to pass a continuing resolution to keep the government open. The lack of drama on that score is connected to the election year. Plus, more on the growth in popularity of Latin music among non-hispanic people.