Posts Tagged ‘Financial Anxiety’

To Ward Off Feelings of Financially Vulnerability, People Need a Plan.

Americans are feeling financially vulnerable and it likely starts with the absence of a comprehensive perspective on their finances, finds a new study from Northwestern Mutual. But there is hope, and you’ll find it at your local credit union.

According to the Northwestern Mutual study, one third of Americans…

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Financial Anxiety Takes a Toll

Most Americans (85%) are feeling financial anxiety these days, and a taking a toll on their health, happiness and home life, a new study from Northwestern Mutual finds.

When asked specifically where people’s financial anxiety is coming from, “Unexpected expenses” (55%) received the most mentions.

This came well ahead…

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Homeowners Stay Put as Financial Uncertainties Bite

Home sales have gotten off to a rocky start this year, despite momentum coming out of 2013 and the lowest mortgage interest rates in 11 months. What’s causing this stagnation?

According to a new study from RateWatch, around a quarter of potential homebuyers simply do not feel financially stable…

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