WhSuccess Story Is a Myth — How Parents Help Children with Money

Today, across America, parents who can are helping their grown children at unprecedented levels. So why do millennials act like this financial help doesn't exist? Jen Doll examines the myth—and tyranny—of the "self-made" success story.

Submitted by Christopher Walker

Jen Doll Harper's Bazaar, 2019


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Submitted by Christopher Walker
February 16, 2019

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April 5, 2019

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