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A recently-released survey from New York Life finds most Americans want to build up their emergency savings and pay down their credit card debt. Of the 2,000 Americans polled, Gen Z and Millennials were most likely to seek professional help to get their finances back on track. This could be why so many are eager to build a financial strategy this year…
Stress can kill you, and people in this country feel stress over money often. How often? A recently released poll says six times a day – every single day. A “buy now, pay later” tech company called Affirm, asked 2,000 Americans how badly their financial situation makes them feel. Below are five simple tips that can be helpful while getting your finances in shape. Some will benefit your physical and mental state while you’re at it.
The sexiest thing you can do this Valentine’s Day is save your money. Research from Life Happens, a non-profit insurance group, shows that people prioritize financial security when looking for a partner, listing it as one of the most attractive traits next to a sense of humor and intelligence. Most people said that instead of making frivolous purchases, their spouse can demonstrate their love financially by saving up to buy a home, paying off debts, and planning for retirement.