A Gen Y investing trend could portend a sea change for retirement investing and planning.
Younger investors are choosing Roth IRAs over traditional IRAs in startling numbers, according to recent data. Investors under 34 years old have a surprising eight times as much money in Roth IRAs than traditional IRAs, according to T. Rowe Price customer data as of year-end 2013.
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