9/25/2013 – Gen Y Women Less Confident in Financial Planning Than Boomers? (ABC News)

Despite women working and earning more than ever before, many Generation Y females are not inclined to take the reins when it comes to retirement planning, according to an online survey. Instead, they defer to their mates.

An unscientific study fielded by Fidelity Investments in May analyzed 1,616 individuals (or 808 couples) who were age 25 or older, married or in a long-term relationship, living in the same household and earning at least $75,000.

Read the full article at ABC News.

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