PR Newswire has published an article, “First Study On Millennial Estate Planning Finds Surge In Wills Due To The Pandemic” which discusses the findings and methodology of a study conducted by Trust & Will, titled “Millennials and Estate Planning in an Unprecedented Year.” The article begins as follows:
Trust & Will, the leading online estate planning platform, today released the findings of “Millennials and Estate Planning in an Unprecedented Year,” the first study that examines millennials’ preferences for estate planning. According to the study, which evaluated the preferences of 20,000 millennials who completed estate planning documents, more than half (78%) set up a will in 2020, with nearly a quarter (17%) of them citing “2020/The Pandemic” as the primary reason for creating an estate plan.
To see the full article, click here: “First Study On Millennial Estate Planning Finds Surge In Wills Due To The Pandemic”
To see the study conducted by Trust & Will, click here: “2021 Estate Planning Study: Millennials & Estate Planning in an Unprecedented Year”
Posted by Elise Kim, Managing Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal.