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Are Millennials More Open About Finances?




Tenesha Depaz, 40, talks to her palliative care doctor, Collin Scibetta.
Tenesha Depaz, 40, talks to her palliative care doctor, Collin Scibetta.
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For some, money matters are a taboo topic of conversation. But according to the Wall Street Journal, millennials are inclined to be more transparent than generations past. 

Transparency can have its benefits in a friend group, but there are plenty of reasons not to share as well. We want to hear from you about your level of financial frankness, whether you talk about how much money you’re making with your friends and family, and if so how you navigate those conversations. How open are you about your income? What benefits or discomforts has this raised? And if you don’t talk about money, why? Call us at 866-893-5722.