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Author to share ideas on managing millennials at next business forum

Not sure how to bridge the divide between boomers and millennials at your company? Author of “The Millennial Whisperer,” Chris Tuff will share his insights...

Young workers prize balance

Douglas H. Sherman | New England Institute of Technology senior vice president and provost There has been a lot of discussion about the “Great Resignation,” which includes baby...

Fidelity: Student loan debt tied to 401(k) loans

PROVIDENCE – From 20-somethings to those at the end of their careers, student debt is a problem across generations that also spells trouble for...

Fidelity: Pandemic affected retirement savings for 82% of Americans

PROVIDENCE – Retirement savings have taken a hit during the COVID-19 pandemic, with more than a third of Americans estimating it will take several...

Social Security isn’t doomed for younger generations

I have good news for younger generations worried that they won’t be able to claim their Social Security benefits because we older generations have...

Millennials suffer because of economy

As the age profile of Republican voters has risen, a certain note of complaint about young people has become a more prominent part of...

Survey: Millennials don’t feel good about homeownership

PROVIDENCE – Millennials are much less likely to feel good about owning a home than baby boomers, according to a recent survey of 1,000...
HYBRID PRODUCT: Geraldine B. Cunningham, president and CEO of First Financial Advisory Services, with Matthew Cunningham, left, and Peter Robinson, at her Westerly office. Cunningham said her business has seen more interest in a hybrid long-term care insurance product that allows people to pay over a 10-year period while they are still working and includes a death benefit if the person dies before using the long-term care services.  
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Insurance policies target long-term care

Baby boomers are planning for end of life, transforming a relatively new insurance option that combines long-term care and life insurance into a $4...

The increasing importance of planned giving in charitable fundraising

The logistics of charitable giving are expected to shift dramatically over the next several years as baby boomers in North America age and consider...
SHOPPERS USE SMARTPHONES at the Easton Town Center Mall in Columbus, Ohio.The digitally native GenZ cohort is predicted to change the face of the U.S, economy in the coming years, perhaps no more so than in the retail and cash management arenas. / BLOOMBERG NEWS PHOTO/LUKE SHARRETT

Move over millennials, it’s Gen Z’s turn to kill off industries

NEW YORK – Millennials have been accused of killing so many products and industries – taxis, landlines, snail mail – that it’s become a...
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