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  • | Wednesday | 4th March, 2020

CE talks to students, a money blogger, financial consultant and chartered accountant to make Gen Z financially prudent. If anything, Gen Z seem to be more eager to learn about fixing or organising their finances than millennials were during early adulthood. Deloitte’s Eighth Annual Millennial survey in 2019 projected that the Indian millennials and Gen Z is in a better spot than their global peers. The sample size for the Indian market was 300 each — from millennials and Gen Z. With healthy discussions at home and the right guidance, Gen Z can build a secure future.

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