72% of Americans Believe Their Finances Will Improve in 2016
Debt, expenses and retirement planning can make dealing with your finances seem daunting. But most Americans feel optimistic about their budget, with 72% saying they’ll be in better financial shape next year, according to an annual survey by Fidelity Investments. (The survey included responses from two random samples of U.S. adults interviewed by phone between Oct. 15 and 25.)
Among the respondents, 37% said they were considering making a financial resolution, up from 31% last year, while the majority (54%) said their goal is to improve their savings. Spending less was the next most popular resolution (19%), followed by paying off debt(16%). Paying down credit card debt specifically had its own category with 11% committing, up from 5% last year.
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