They're tough, aggressive and starting to push aging Baby Boomers not so gently onto the sidelines of the fast track, both on the job and off. Originally referred to as "Generation X" because they lived in the shadow of their elders and once appeared to have no identity of their own, Gen Xers today know who they are and what they want as they're making their move onto our society's center stage.
Many members of this generation are concerned about their financial futures... and with good reason two incomes and long hours have become the norm for Gen Xers striving to realize the goals of marriage, family, and retirement. The following articles may help you get started toward planning for a successful financial future.
- Generation X Redefining Family, Financial Needs
- The New Breed of Rugged Individualists
- Gen Xers Give New Meaning to Long-Range Investment Planning
- The Retirement Dilemma of Generation X
- A Versatile Planning Tool: Split-Dollar Insurance Bridges the "Generation Gap"
- MainStay Investments' Fifth Annual Survey Finds Investors of All Ages Moving Away From "Do it Yourself;" Fewer Allocating New Assets to Real Estate
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