Milestones of the millennium not supported by action #infographic

Milestones of the millennium not supported by action #infographic
While millenials (adults aged 18-34) would like to complete many of the same traditional life stones as elderly counterparts, they are waiting for savings and instead concentrate on other economic goals, a million-dollar (MDRT) survey conducted by Harris Poll in April, an association of top financial specialists.

Although they claim to have a retirement at an average age of 62, which is smaller than the expectations of older generations (45-54 years old, 66 years old, 55-64 years old, 65 years old, and 65 and over 73 years old), only 22 percent of the thousand-year-olds say that they are currently saving for retirement.

More focus is placed on other priorities, such as travel, higher education or the purchase or renovation of a house as regards financial planning. With 91% of millenniums claiming they don't even have a pension economic plan, one of the most important priorities is likely on the road. When thousands of people were asked about their priorities in the next five years.

Milestones of the millennium not supported by action #infographic

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