January 14, 2022

Kids These Days Trust the IRS More Than Olds Do

There are plenty of comparisons between flighty, mysterious Millennials and their generational predecessors, but this is a new one:

What do we make of this?

The easy answer — like most of the crap we see pegging Millennials as driven by lofty goals and dreams, much like the olds were until life got in the way and shattered their unrealistic expectations — is that 18 – 24 year olds just haven't had enough experience with the IRS to be bitter yet. Give it time. Like a nice aged cheese.

 

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