Lowering the Boom
Advice is usually offered with good intentions, but times change, and it can become outdated. As a millennial, I have heard plenty of tips from baby boomers that are either no longer relevant or border on scolding rather than friendly guidance. As Ashley Tran, assistant branch leader at Fidelity Investments, says, “We live in a different world today than the generation before us, so it makes sense that millennials and Gen Z’s approach to money may be different.” Here are some pieces of advice boomers should simply stop saying to millennials.
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