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Financial Advice for Twenty-Somethings

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Financial Advice for Twenty-Somethings

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Financial Advice for Twenty-Somethings

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Twenty-something's juggling loan payments, credit card debt and their first house may be on the wrong track. It may be a smarter move to keep your financial feet under you at 22 so that you can afford to buy a house at 32.

Steve Inskeep talks to Jonathan Clements, a financial columnist for The Wall Street Journal.