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Young credit card users are more responsible than older borrowers

If you think young people don?t know how to manage money and pay down their credit cards, then you should think again. A new study shows young borrowers ?- 18 to 25 years old -- are among the least likely credit card users to have a serious default on their cards. Not only that, they?re also more likely to be good credit risks later in life.
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