Merrill Lynch, Betterment Execs Agree On Financial Advice For New Grads
By Ted Knutson
New college grads often are wise to ignore the advice to start saving for retirement immediately of family members and family financial advisors, argues Betterment for Business’s Michael Coleman, a Certified Financial Planner.
“Retirement isn’t most college grads’ number one priority. It is possible it shouldn’t be,” says the robo executive.