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the generation following the baby boom (especially Americans and Canadians born in the 1960s and 1970s)


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Training wheels" for newcomers to wealth services : Starter services with varying pricing structures, usually built around robo-advisor platforms, will become valuable to millennials entering the workforce, less affluent millennials and young Generation X households - wealth firms will need to remember though to have a plan for when the "training wheels" need to come off.
Debt management solutions for indebted households : To help young Generation X and millennial households burdened by debt wealth managers will need to offer solutions built around advice to change saving and spending behaviors, with a focus on cutting debt.
Marketing Financial Services to Generation X is a new report released by 4K Research & Consulting, LLC, which draws on an online survey conducted by ORC International of 1,000 U.
It is clear, according to Barr, that Generation X is evolving into a viable group of consumers, as diverse as any other group.
As the lead release from the 15th Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey, one of the largest and longest-running national surveys of its kind, this new research examines current trends among American workers and compares the retirement outlooks of Baby Boomers, Generation X, and Millennials.
In the Allstate survey, which identifies retirement expectations and savings habits, 30 percent of Generation X respondents said they are "on track" to reach their retirement financial goals--even though their retirement is decades away.
The four groups studied included the Greatest Generation (ages 66-plus), baby boomers (ages 47 to 65), Generation X (ages 30 to 46) and Generation Y (ages 19 to 29).
5 million baby boomers are on schedule to retire during the next 10 years and company leadership transitions to Generation X managers born between 1964 and 1979 who will bring a new, distinct skills set to the workplace.
and concerns of Generation X to the National Liberty Museum
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