Nearly two-thirds of millennials say parents have set a good example of how to have a successful financial future, up from 59 percent in 2014. And 85 percent have started saving for retirement, up from 77 percent in 2014.

These encouraging findings are reported in Fidelity Investments’ “2016 Millennial Money Study.” The report examines millennials’ lingering ­financial dependency on their parents, as well how their attitudes and experiences impact their saving, spending and investing behaviors.

See the infographic below for these and other highlights from the Fidelity survey.

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