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Financial Regrets

A 2023 survey found that about three out of four U.S. adults had a financial regret. The most common were not saving for retirement early enough, taking on too much credit card debt, and not saving enough for emergency expenses. It's probably not surprising that the weight that people placed on these and other regrets varied by generation — and regret about not saving early enough for retirement was higher for those closer to retirement age.

Source: Bankrate, July 19, 2023 (categories not shown include "something else" and "don't know")

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