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Tough times for 20-somethings Add to ...

Today's young adults have it tough - they've racked up massive student debts and then have to step into a tight job market, an expensive housing market and some of the most uncertain economic conditions in decades. What moves can young adults make to get a good financial start in life, and how can their parents help?

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Rob Carrick, Globe and Mail personal finance columnist and author of the new book How Not to Move Back in With Your Parents: The Young Person's Complete Guide to Financial Empowerment, answered these and other questions. Click here to read an excerpt from his book and here to read a Q&A with Mr. Carrick on banking blunders that snare young people.

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