Gen Z's Worries: Affording College, Carrying Student Debt
Survey finds keen awareness of importance of money among 13- to 22-year-olds.
By Staff Writer|June 21, 2012 at 09:31 AM
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A new survey by TD Ameritrade of Generation Z—those between 13 and 22—found the next generation of investors are, contrary to popular belief, keenly aware of the importance of money, with their top financial concerns evenly split between being able to afford college (39%) and having a large student loan balance (39%).
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