They might not be saving as much specifically for theirretirement as boomers are, but millennials have better financialhabits.

That’s according to the Retirement Saving and Spending Studyfrom T. Rowe Price, which found that millennials with 401(k)s haverelatively good financial habits, in particular when compared withboomers with 401(k)s.

Millennials might not be socking awaythe 15 percent of their salary each year for retirement that thecompany recommends, but they recognize that retirement saving isimportant, and they’re interested in saving more.

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