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Infographic: Americans’ top 8 financial worries

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Americans are far more worried about their retirement funds (or lack thereof) than about their ability to make credit card payments, according to a poll by Gallup

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Americans are far more worried about their retirement funds (or lack thereof) than about their ability to make credit card payments, according to a poll by Gallup. Nearly two in three Americans are concerned about having enough funds to retire, whereas fewer than one in four are worried about making their minimum credit card payments. The poll was conducted in April and released June 15, 2011.

Study: Americans' biggest money worry is retirement

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