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Are Millennials Getting a Bum Rap in Retirement Planning?

The millennial generation–those with birth dates from the early 1980s to the mid-1990s to early 2000s–are frequently the target of media pronouncements that they are not adequately saving for their own future. Are these assessments fair? Maybe not, says Tiffanie Wen of BBC Capital in a post on Citing competing financial priorities, a lingering distrust of financial markets, and the shift toward personal accountability for financial planning tasks previously handled by corporations, Ms. Wen portrays this generational cohort group as being in command of their financial world, but with outlooks that differ tremendously from other groups…while in some cases remaining the same. Read her intriguing post here…


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