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A new survey from Logica Research suggests that workers from all generations are interested in saving for the future, but that younger generations are turning to social media in many cases to get advice and guidance on investments and money management. The Logica Future of Money Study is a twice-yearly report based on surveys with a range of Americans. The latest report focused on how different generations manage their money and where they turn to for advice.

Lilah Raynor, CEO of Logica Research, said that the latest report provides a snapshot of where different generations are when it comes to investing, getting financial advice, and how they interact with their employers in this area. She said that the survey revealed that there is a strong desire for help with financial decisions across generations, but that younger people are especially seeking financial advice.



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