Are Money Fears Plaguing Americans?

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Money Fears Plague Americans: Study from Quicken and Intuit

A recent study by Intuit shows Americans’ attitudes towards their finances is plagued with fear. Quicken released results from a study, commissioned by Intuit and Quicken, examining the emotion toll that stress about money can have on people. Of those surveyed:

  • 52% in the workforce fear being unable to retire by age 65.
  • One in three admits to losing sleep over money woes.
  • Nearly 20% hide their debt from others.
  • 15% avoid opening bills because they know they won’t be able to pay.

Cynthia Nevels talks to Kristen Dillard, head of Quicken marketing for Intuit, Inc. to learn what solutions Intuit has up its sleeve for consumers and Mary DiMichele, on how personal money woes and invisible raises are impacting the bottom. Tune in 12/18/2012 at 11:30am CST. LIKE us on Facebook to keep up with the latest news.

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