Articles in "Gen Y" category:

Ten Years Later: How the Financial Crisis is Still Impacting Investors

  John Diehl     Tue Nov 28 09:30:00 EST 2017 

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Ten years ago, the U.S. housing market collapsed, which triggered the start of what is known as the Great Recession. Now that a decade has passed, Hartford Funds conducted a survey to find out how Americans were impacted and whether they changed their financial behaviors as a result. Three key points emerged from this survey that financial advisors may find to be particularly useful.

When a Millennial Isn't a Millennial

  Bill McManus     Tue Jan 10 09:30:00 EST 2017 

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The ball has dropped, the calendar has flipped, and we’re now easing into 2017, which means that each demographic cohort (Boomer, Gen X, Millennial) will be reaching new milestones.  The oldest Boomers will be turning 71; Gen X will move one year closer to retirement; and the youngest Millennials will all be driving. But those milestones, and frankly, those labels, don’t account for everyone, so while they serve as helpful guidelines, they shouldn’t be used as rules.

As we start a new year, maybe it’s time to take a fresh approach to how we view a certain group, both as potential clients and partners.