4 Ways to Turn Your Generational Gripe into Greater Financial Security

Baby Boomers and Millennials need to quit sniping at each other and start working together. The traits that make each generation different may just make them uniquely qualified to help each other.

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If you came across the following headlines while browsing the internet, would you be able to identify the generation for which the author was forecasting near-certain doom?

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Kevin Mahoney, CFP®
Founder & CEO, Illumint

Kevin Mahoney, CFP®, is the founder & CEO of Illumint, which offers fee-only financial guidance specifically for the Millennial generation. He specializes in navigating the new financial decisions that arise during our late 20s and 30s as we try to balance work, relationships and children. Kevin, who is married with two young boys, holds virtual meetings at off-hours so that these conversations can wait until after deadlines, date nights and bath time.