Haitian-American millennials, how much of the money you earn is NOT being spent on debt?

There are many young Haitian-Americans millenials and their friends who are caught between a rock and a hard place trying to enjoy life while keeping up with the bills and repaying their debts.


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They work hard everyday but most of the money they earn is being used for debt repayment.

Between credit card debts and student loan debts, there is little left to spend on what some millenials call "experiences,"spending on things that make you happy like going on vacation.

In order to sustain the lifestyle you want as a young Haitian-American millenial, sometimes you find yourself working a second job to earn another source of income. That of course means no time for everything else, no time to enjoy life.

Than stress steps in and you find your self on a downward spiral at such a young age. Yes, you are making money but there is no time to or no money left to even have a little bit of fun and excitement.

What is the next step?

If you are a Haitian-American millenial, someone who was born between 1981 and 1996, I would love to hear how you are coping with the subject of money.

Do share your experience with us.

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