Albertans Overwhelmingly Oppose Exiting Canada Pension Plan, Survey Finds

EDMONTON, Alberta – A recent survey conducted in Alberta has found that 52% of residents are against the idea of the province exiting the Canada Pension Plan. The survey, which was conducted by a local research firm, revealed that a majority of Albertans are in favor of remaining within the national pension plan. This sentiment comes amid discussions within the provincial government about potentially leaving the CPP and creating a separate plan for Alberta. Supporters …

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Medical Debt Incurred Despite Health Insurance Coverage: Survey Shows Cancer Patients Struggle Financially

New York City, NY – A recent survey has revealed a troubling trend in cancer patients’ financial burdens, even with health insurance coverage. The American Cancer Society’s Cancer Action Network published the findings, shedding light on the challenges faced by cancer patients in the United States. According to the survey, nearly all cancer patients struggling with medical debt were found to have health insurance at the time the debt accumulated. This highlights the significant impact …

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Retirement Savings Survey Highlights Americans’ Uncertain Future in Golden Years

Miami, Florida – Many Americans are unsure about how much money they will need for retirement, especially as Social Security faces potential benefit reductions in the near future. Calculating the magic number for retirement savings has become increasingly challenging, leading to heightened efforts by workers to boost their savings. According to the results of the 2024 Retirement Confidence Survey conducted by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) and Greenwald Research, half of Americans have attempted …

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Retirement Planning Survey Reveals Key Strategies for Early Retirement Success

SAN FRANCISCO, CA – According to a recent survey conducted by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, the median age at which retirees left the workforce was 62, with 58% retiring before the age of 65. In contrast, the median age at which those who are still working expect to retire is 67. The survey of over 4,500 Americans aged 50 and older also revealed that nearly one in five do not plan to retire …

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Retirement Worries on the Rise Among Men, Survey Finds

Washington, D.C. – As retirement approaches, more Americans are facing concerns about their financial security in their later years. A recent survey conducted by the American Association of Retired Persons (AARP) sheds light on the growing apprehension among individuals about their ability to live comfortably during retirement. The survey, which interviewed over 8,300 Americans aged 30 and above from all states, revealed some alarming trends. Particularly, 61% of those aged 50 and older expressed worries …

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Retirement Goals Soar for Gen Z and Millennials, Survey Shows Their Financial preparedness

Houston, TX – American adults are increasingly realizing the need to save more for retirement, as a recent survey conducted by Northwestern Mutual reveals shifting retirement goals among different generations. The survey shows that the average amount Americans believe they will need for retirement has increased to $1.46 million, up 15% from the previous year. This figure highlights the growing concern about financial security during retirement. Despite the increased retirement goal, the survey also shows …

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Retirement Uncertainty: AARP Survey Reveals Concerns Among Older Adults

Washington, D.C. – A recent survey conducted by AARP reveals that a significant number of adults aged 50 and older in the United States are expressing concerns about retirement, with about 25% stating that they do not expect to retire. The study also found that 70% of respondents are worried about the rising cost of living outpacing their income. Financial insecurity among older Americans is a growing issue, as highlighted by the research released by …

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401(k) Illiteracy Plagues Nearly Half of Americans: Shocking Survey Results

A recent survey in the United States revealed that almost half of Americans lack knowledge about financial matters, particularly when it comes to understanding 401(k) plans. The study, conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Beyond Finance, found that 43% of respondents were unfamiliar with what a 401(k) is, highlighting a significant gap in financial literacy among Americans. In addition to this lack of understanding about retirement savings, the survey also uncovered a general lack of …

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Financial Literacy Survey Reveals High School Students’ Interest in Personal Finance Education

New York, USA – Jordan Belfort, author of “The Wolf of Investing,” recently discussed the alleged politicization of financial education in New York schools. The push for greater financial literacy among high school students is evident, as a survey conducted by Intuit revealed a strong interest in learning about personal finance among U.S. high school students. However, access to such courses remains limited, as many parents may feel reluctant to teach their children about financial …

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Medicaid Unwinding Leads to Disenrollment and Uninsured Adults: Survey Findings

Jacksonville, Florida – A recent survey reveals that nearly a quarter of adults disenrolled from Medicaid since the beginning of 2023 are currently uninsured. The survey, conducted by KFF, examines the impact of Medicaid unwinding on enrollees. Overall, 19% of adults who were disenrolled from Medicaid in the past year reported being left uninsured. Among this group, 70% experienced a period of being without coverage, while 30% had another form of health insurance. Interestingly, almost …

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