Gen Z Imagines An Inheritance It Will Not Get

Thirty-nine percent of Generation Z (kids aged 13 to 22) think that they will be getting an inheritance--thus, that they won't need to worry as much about saving for retirement. Only 16 percent of their parents, however, intend to leave them any money. It's disconnect that could play havoc with future sales of Lamborghinis. The two generations' different expectations are borne out by a new survey, "Generation Z and Money Survey," produced by market research company Head Solutions Group on...Full Story
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