Number of young Americans without credit cards increases
June 14, 2013 (WLS) -- The number of adults under the age of 29 who do not have a credit card has doubled since the recession.
Research by a credit score provider says 16 percent of those between ages 18 and 29 have been without a credit card since the end of 2012.
Credit card debt has dropped by about a third among that age group.
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