Generation X millionaires give nearly twice as much to charity on average compared to older generations, according to a new survey.
Northern Trust's third annual "Wealth in America" survey of high-net-worth individuals and families found that Gen X millionaire households (ages 28 to 42) gave nearly $20,000 in 2006, compared to Baby Boomers (ages 43 to 61) and so-called "Silent Generation" millionaires (ages 62 to 77), who gave roughly $10,000.
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