May 8, 2021
According to PewResearchCenter.org, Millennials, age 18-34, represent the largest generation by population in North America (including Canada) now enlarging the workforce.
Unlike poorer-off Boomers, the parents of the Millenial generation — many of whom waited too long to begin saving — their children, the Millennials, have time to activate a solid financial plan. They can reduce their student loans, begin to use credit cards wisely, and listen to educated financial mentors who hold the key to financial wisdom.
Being the biggest consumer group that influences trends, the right financial solution must also correspond to the Millennial mindset, values and lifestyle.
Technological change, social media connections like Facebook, Google+, and many other options offer rapid global communication.
The independent Millennial (and Gen-X and Gen-Y) generations belong to a generation full of new ideas and want excellent personal choices.
Financial decisions must allow customizing financial processes to suit their values, needs and desires. Planning and solutions must also consider their busy schedules, desire to be frugal (single parents) and wealth management for unique lifestyles (such as today’s modern women).
Our planning principles meet your needs:
- We do not focus on products but develop strategies to design your finances for your life. After we develop strategies with your goals in mind, we can broker with many of the top companies in the financial marketplace, offering you the choices you deserve.
- Implement a plan that feels right and doable for you. It must fit your short and long-term goals and purposes.
- Your plan should be flexible and offer an emergency money strategy. Life changes; your finances should be ready for that.
- Your plan can implement risk protection to help you sleep at night.
Contact us, and we will show you our strategies for the Millennial lifestyle.
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