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This Is the Age When You Become ‘Old,’ According to Four Different Generations

June 27, 2017

From the Money website

If age really is just a number, what number marks old age?

Well, the answer to that depends on how old you are now.

Millennials hold the least generous views on aging, saying that you are old beginning at just 59, according to a new study by U.S. Trust. Older groups, however, put the starting point further out.

Gen X on average bumps the beginning of old age to 65, while boomers and the silent generation both agreed that age 73 is the start.

Here’s how different groups defined “old” and “young,” according to the 2017 U.S. Trust Insights on Wealth & Worth report:

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