Half of millennials share two stressful views about money 12:55 PM ET Mon, 7 Aug 2017
While under-35 adult Americans disagree on a lot of things — from gun control to Donald Trump to the Yankees — two pessimistic views about money unite them, a new survey concludes.
Half of Americans ages 25 to 34 said worrying about finances negatively affects their health, while 53 percent of the same group said money worries have a negative effect on their relationships, according to new survey data exclusively provided to CNBC by E-Trade Financial.
“Our biggest challenges as a generation are financial,” said certified financial planner Douglas Boneparth, co-author of the book, “The Millennial Money Fix.”
Debt — in particular, student loan debt — has emerged as a major source of stress for under-35 Americans.
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