Young? New survey suggests you can forget about getting a loan.

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Age discrimination comes in all forms. FindLaw.com, a legal information Web site, just came out with a new survey that indicates that the younger you are, the harder it will be to get a loan.

According to their survey, more than one in five (22%) people between the ages of 18 and 34 say that they've been turned down for a mortgage, loan or credit card within the last 12 months. But the percentages start doubling once you get to be 35 years of age or more.