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MONEY TALKS

Between the socialist millennials who want everything to be open access and free, to the affluent travelers who can pop off to Mykonos at the drop of a hat, and the spend-thrift seniors paying for nursing care with Medicaid, LGBT folks run the gamut when it comes to money, their access to it, and beliefs about it. A new survey from Experian offers some interesting insight.

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