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Get to Know Gen Y Through Comparisons with Gen X and Boomers
by: Ann Marsh
Wednesday, September 26, 2012
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Members of Generation Y are fundamentally less trusting, more inclined to do their own research and more insistent on mobile technologies for everything - including their financial planning and investing. This is according to a new white paper that urges planners to get to know Gen Y better by comparing it to the two generations that preceded it: Generation X and the Baby Boomers.

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