Many Americans are reporting increasing financial anxiety - and it's getting worse. - Marlene Satter, BenefitsPro.
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According to the 2016 Northwestern Mutual Planning and Progress Study, anxiety about unexpected expenses now outweighs Americans' worries about saving for retirement or running out of money during retirement. A whopping 85% of those surveyed reported feeling some kind of anxiety about their finances. At the top of the list of worrisome unexpected expenses? An unplanned medical emergency or illness.
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