By Mark Huffman
Consumers across a range of income levels are worrying more about money. A new study by MassMutual suggests the worry stems from personal finance issues, but is not confined to financial matters.
“Our research shows that middle-income earners express widespread worry about a range of issues, particularly politics and their personal finances,” said Teresa Hassara, leader of Workplace Solutions at MassMutual.
The survey show 48% of consumers reported an improved sense of financial security during the past 12 months. but at the same time, just as many said they worry about money at least once a week. The less the household earns, the more the consumers in it tend to worry.
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