Trust & Will: Gen Z & Money: 3 Personal Finance Tips

August 27, 2021
Treyton DeVore

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"Born between 1997 and 2015, Gen Z is the first generation to grow up in a digital world. This has created different values and provided them with a different perspective on the world than previous generations. In an environment where millennials have been identified as the poorest generation of all time, Gen Z has an opportunity to learn from prior mistakes and take advantage of the opportunities available in today’s world.

Given that the financial industry has been geared towards wealthy pre-retirees for years, there hasn’t been a widespread adoption of financial advice and guidance for the new generation. In a world where anyone can post financial advice on social media, getting facts and information from trusted sources is becoming even more important and while Gen Z may have different perspectives around money than previous generations, there are still a few timeless lessons that can apply to any generation."

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