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“Generation Y” is generally defined as Americans born after 1981, so the first wave of this generation is now moving into their 30s.

It’s not too soon to start tapping into the special investment needs and concerns of this generation, especially if you provide advice to retirement plans. Recently, Forbes contributor Nancy Anderson authored a thought-provoking article called “The 401(k) Is Not Working for Gen Y, But It Can” and you can read it here: www.forbes.com/sites/financialfinesse/2011/10/20/the-401k-is-not-working-for-gen-y-but-it-can

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