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7/16/2010

In a risky but increasingly common trend, more with poor credit turn to their adult children for help.

Denverpost.com

Out of school and looking to get on with life, Carolann Budge was like most 20-somethings: ambitious, hopeful and oozing good credit. Instead of looking to her parents for help building her future - almost a rite of passage of young-adulthood with co-signed loans and apartment leases - it was the other way around for Budge, a Parker resident. View the full article.