Has the way to ensure a healthy financial future changed?


By Sarah Hauer

The basic moves to ensure a healthy financial future seem easy enough. But for some people just entering the workforce, it feels like the rules have changed.

Those who were still growing up during the financial crisis in 2007 wonder: Are smart financial moves still the same?

“The rules are always changing,” said Brian Jacobsen, chief portfolio strategist for Wells Fargo. “Every generation has had to deal with changes in technology, cultural norms, politics and economics.

“The young adults of today were children during the global financial crisis. They may have been affected by seeing their parents’ anxieties, but parents may have been more affected than kids in terms of attitudes.”
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