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Infographic: Americans' biggest financial worries

By Juan Rodriguez

It doesn't get more basic than this: Americans' biggest financial headache is a lack of money. According to a July 2011 Gallup survey, that and low wages are the biggest money issues facing consumers, followed by health care costs and too much debt. What are we least worried about? Interest rates and controlling spending.

Study: Low wages are Americans' biggest financial worry

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Published: August 3, 2011


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