Poor millennials. Beset by studies that find they’reunable to save or manage their money wisely (Money? What money? Canyou say student debt?), now they’re the subject of another studythat finds they can too manage what little they have.

So says the 2018 Better Money Habits Millennial Report fromBank of America, which says that in fact millennials are doing verywell, thank you, at managing money—better, even, in some cases thanother generations—and not only set but meet savings goals.

They’re more likely to ask for raises, and most feel at least asfinancially secure as boomers or GenXers—although they are stillstressed about money, with a quarter worrying about it often.

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