Young African American College Graduates See Themselves as More Disciplined Financial Planners

September 26, 2012   // 0 Comments

 Young African American college graduates say they are much more serious about reaching financial goals than previous generations, according to new Northwestern Mutual research. A large majority (70 percent) of 18-to-34-year-old African American college graduates described themselves as either "disciplined" or "highly disciplined" financial planners, compared to only 47 percent of those aged 35 ...

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