With the rise of the gig economy and permalancing, younger generations are working more for comparatively less pay than their older counterparts. You would think these conditions would have younger people resigning themselves to working well into their 70s, but surprisingly, a new survey found that Gen Zers have more aggressive retirement timelines (age 59) than any other generation. This article from InvestmentNews discusses changing perceptions around life and retirement from the next generation of RIA clients.
Logan Burgess is the lead financial copywriter at Marketing Wiz. In this role, he provides independent financial brands with conversational, educational, and actionable written content to engage advisors, clients, and prospects.