Fidelity survey finds millennials don’t just live for today

A FIDELITY INVESTMENTS survey found that millennials are more conscious of long-term financial planning than some think. Pictured are a group of millennials employed by the R.I. Housing and Mortgage Finance Corp. / COURTESY R.I. HOUSING AND MORTGAGE FINANCE CORP.
PROVIDENCE – A new survey from Fidelity Investments found that millennials – those born from 1981 to 1996 – are seeking balance when it comes to their money habits, especially as it relates to spending now versus saving for the future. Among 2,069 millennials ages 22-37 surveyed, 57 percent agreed they are balancing spending and…

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