For all the hand-wringing about how millennials’ opinions on various topics often differ from the thoughts of previous generations, when it comes to income taxes, it turns out that young adults today aren’t all that different.

A recently released study from the Economic Innovation Group and EY (Ernst & Young) shows that 53 percent of young adults (ages 18 to 34) said the amount of income taxes they pay is “about right,” compared to 36 percent who said their amount was “too high” and 3 percent who said their amount was “too low.”

By: David A. Arnott, Washington Business Journal

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