Gen Z and Millennials Less Financially Confident Than Older Generations

A new report by Zelle finds that only 53 percent of millennials and Gen Z are confident in their finances. While younger generations are working to get more comfortable with their money, the report also found they rely less on social media and more on word-of-mouth to do so. Donna Turner, chief operations officer at Zelle, joined Cheddar to discuss company's 'Financial Literacy and Confidence' study.
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