In this edition of Generational Viewpoints, we’ll explore the perspectives of two team members on how they approach business travel. We asked Baby Boomer partner Michael Freedman, born in 1943, and Millennial audit senior accountant Hugene Fields, born in 1987, from Bethesda, Md.-based Gelman, Rosenberg & Freedman CPAs (www.grfcpa.com) to answer the following question:

“How does your generation view and manage business travel and how is it different or similar to the views of other generations?”

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