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Millennials expect an even greater difficulty than their older counterparts

  • February 8, 2018 February 8, 2018
  • 11:45

More than three-quarters of Xennials say they will either start contributing, or contributing more, toward their retirement savings in the next five years

  • By: Leah Golob
  • December 4, 2017 December 4, 2017
  • 12:40

Although the majority of younger Canadians had comparable income to their parents at 30 years of age, economic conditions accounted for variations over time

Different age groups have different preferences regarding the way you contact them. But don't assume all members of one generation share the same preferences. The key is to know your clients and have a flexible client contact program

Demographic changes are impacting the retirement landscape

Research indicates that age and personality types have a significant impact on how clients learn about investments and financial services

Demographic changes are impacting the retirement landscape

Expand your client base beyond your own demographic group

Demographic changes are impacting the retirement landscape

Boomers, Gen X and millennials have distinct preferences

Advisors can help younger Canadians create a financial plan that will respond to each individual’s unique situations and aspirations

Millennials should learn the power of starting a savings plan early

It pays to build relationships with your clients’ children