Ranging from 13 to 22 years old, some members of Generation Z may have just gotten their first cell phone, but that does not mean advisors should brush them off.
A recent TD Ameritrade survey of Gen-Z’ers and their parents reveals that going beyond Generation X and Generation Y could be smart move for advisors looking to build closer relationships with parents and help clients start planning earlier for financial independence and even retirement.
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