Millennials are Financially Jinxed, but Time Is on Their Side

Matt Goren landscape
November 16, 2020

Millennials, or those who were born from the mid-80s to the mid-90s, have had a historically rocky road when it comes to their finances. While research shows millennials to be extremely well-educated and financially responsible, a series of social and economic upheavals have left many of them with low incomes and even more struggling to find employment. This makes planning ahead for a life in retirement a concept that’s hard to grasp.

Matt Goren, Assistant Professor of Financial Planning, says despite this millennials can’t afford to sleep on proper retirement planning or investing strategies. Read more in Kiplinger.

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