The majority of retirement plan participants learned about finances from their parents.

According to a new survey by American United Life Insurance Co. a OneAmerica company, 56 percent of respondents reported learning about finances from their parents, choosing from a list that also included books, a teacher or other family members.

Younger adults between the ages of 20 and 30 were even more likely, 71 percent, to have learned from their parents.

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