Generational Money Chatter
As there are currently four generations of credit union members, each with its own, unique attitudes and emotions, it is no longer adequate to assume that one or two voices on financial issues sufficiently represents all consumers. This report provides research-based insights on how each generation views money and finances, and presents suggestions on how credit unions can better support and serve members of all generations.
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Categorized: 'Human Behavior'
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