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Younger Americans are more optimistic about the potential for artificial intelligence to improve their lives, including helping them reach their financial goals. More than half of both Gen Z and Millennials say they are excited about AI and generative AI tools that could benefit their financial lives. Less excited were Gen X (44%) and baby boomers (33%), according to the latest findings from Northwestern Mutual's 2024 Planning & Progress Study.

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