Thursday, October 15, 2015

Good Job MassMutual

The Wall Street Journal reports that MassMutual has committed $100 million to improving financial literacy among young adults.

According to the article, Millennials seek different things in finding financial help than other generations:
Millennials have different attitudes toward personal finance than their predecessors, [the 36-year old financial planner] says. They are tech-savvy and they readily share information with peers. In addition, they don’t want fancy offices and advisers in suits, says Mr. Roberge, who often wears khakis and a polo shirt to chat with clients.