Survey: Americans More Optimistic About Future Finances

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Survey: Americans More Optimistic About Future Finances

Mar 14, 2012

Americans feel optimistic about their immediate financial future and accept responsibility for their own financial security.

This is according to a new CFP Board survey of 1,015 Americans nationwide, ages 18 and up, across the entire political spectrum.

"This is encouraging news for the future that comes on the heels of continued, albeit slow, growth in jobs. I think the fact that there would be optimism is consistent with what is happening in the country," CFP Board Chief Executive Officer Kevin Keller says. Read more >

Financial Planning
Ann Marsh
March 14, 2012

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