in #CASE you missed it… Financial Goals Americans Want To Achieve

in #CASE you missed it…Financial Goals Americans Want To Achieve

70% of Americans are optimistic about achieving their financial goals by 2030

Now that we’ve entered a new decade, a lot of people have special money goals they hope to achieve in the next ten years, and according to a new poll, many are confident they’ll get their.

The survey finds:

70% of Americans are optimistic about achieving their financial goals by 2030, and some of them have some lofty ones.

Top financial goals for the next ten years include:

Be totally debt free (56%)

Buy a house (51%)

Take dream vacation (40%)

Pay off student loans (39%)

Get married (38%)

Be financially independent (36%)

Have children (34%)

Living by myself (29%)

Retiring (21%)

But there are also plenty of people who aren’t necessarily looking long term, and are more focused on goals for 2020. In fact:

44% have specific financial goals in mind for 2020

63% are “very confident” their New Years financial goals will become a reality.

The top financial goals for 2020 include:

Putting more in savings from my paycheck (51%)

Eating out less (51%)

Canceling unnecessary subscriptions (47%)

Less online shopping (43%)

Cable cutting (40%)

Cut back on grocery spending (32%)

Use less utilities (30%)

Less online gaming (29%)

Skip buying coffee (22%)

Pack lunch (21%)

Source: SWNS Digital

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