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No matter how good the economy seems, people are stressed about money—and millennials are already stressing about how, and even whether, they’ll be able to retire.
That’s among the findings of a survey from the National Association of Financial Planners that also revealed that 45 percent of Americans say their current relationship with money itself is stressful. That number is even higher among millennials, half of whom say their relationship with money is stressful.
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