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Americans say inflation may have a ‘big negative impact’ on goals


Amid rising prices and a changing economy, many Americans question their ability to meet long-term financial goals, according to Country Financial’s Security Index.

The survey polled 1,023 U.S. adults from March 18 to March 20, and more than half believe swelling costs may have a “big negative impact” on plans like buying a home or the ability to retire comfortably.

“Everyone’s concerned about inflation,” said Troy Frerichs, vice president of investment services at Country Financial, who wasn’t surprised by worries about growing expenses. 

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