Americans' top financial priority isn't investing



By Darla Mercado

Investing in an effective and tax-efficient manner isn’t the No. 1 financial goal for most Americans.
That’s the findings from a new report by BMO Wealth Management. The bank polled 1,018 adults online, asking them about their financial priorities and anxieties.
When asked “What is the single financial priority that is most important to you?” 31 percent — the largest share of participants — said debt reduction was their top financial goal.
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