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Personal finance is not a static issue nor does everyone define it uniformly. Case in point is the perspective of the LGBTQ+ community on their finances. A new Nationwide study shows that LGTQ+ Americans are, in fact, less likely than the general public to have a positive view of their personal financial situation.

It seems boomers are the only majority to rate their personal financial situation as good or excellent. But the LGBTQ+ community is falling behind in their personal financial security. Twenty-five percent of the general population say they somewhat or strongly disagree that they have day-to-day or month-to-month control of their finances. The LGBTQ+ community is at a higher percentage coming in at 29%.

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