OK Boomer vs. Avocado Toast: How to Talk Money Across Generations

Matt Goren landscape
Kiplinger
July 29, 2021

Baby Boomers and millennials have vastly different experiences with money and approaches to handling their finances, and sometimes this can lead to discomfort and even shame when discussing money across generational divides. Assistant Professor of Financial Planning Matt Goren looks at what can be done to break this “money silence” in his interview with Kathleen Burns Kingsbury of the “Breaking Money Silence” podcast.

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