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Millennials are stressed about all kinds of debt.

Millennials are buckling under all kinds of debt, and they’re freaking out

Millennials are stressed about all kinds of debt — mortgage, car loans, credit card, and student loans.
Millennials have more than student loan debt.

Millennials are swamped in debt, and it’s not just student loans

Mortgages are millennials' biggest debts. And nearly as many millennials have a mortgage as undergraduate student loan debt.
Millennials with credit card debt are stressed.

More than half of millennials have credit-card debt, and it reflects a financial reality other generations didn’t face

Millennials with credit-card debt are reflective of the financial reality many are facing: living costs that are outpacing income growth.
Millennials and Gen X alike are stressed about their debt.

Millennials and Gen X are both stressed, broke, and in debt — but Gen X is more worried about it

Gen X has a negative outlook, while millennials think they're doing okay. Both generations are stressed about money and aren't saving for retirement.
The Great Recession made millennials more risk-averse with their money.

Millennials are actually really good at saving — but it might be slowing down the US economy

The Great Recession has made millennials more risk-averse and practical when it comes to money, meaning they're saving more and spending less.
America's middle class is shrinking.

6 findings that show the dire state of America’s middle class

Middle-class Americans aren't faring that well — they're behind on homeownership and retirement savings, partly because they're in debt.
Wealth is all relative, especially when it comes to class.

Nearly half of Americans earning $100,000 or more think they’re middle class — and it shows that class in America isn’t just about m...

While class and wealth are relative, a shrinking middle class, increased living costs, and debt contribute to their differences.
Many Gen Xers who expect to retire before age 75 are behind on their retirement savings.

A wealth manager says Gen Xers should focus on a 2-part strategy to retire on time

Wealth manager Megan Gorman recommends Gen Xers who are falling behind save in a retirement plan and contribute to a health savings account.
People who identified as middle-class were most likely to say they would save an extra $1,000.

Americans from the working class to the rich would spend an extra $1,000 differently — but they all agree on their lowest priority

A recent INSIDER and Morning Consult survey asked Americans who self-identified with a socio-economic class how they would spend an extra $1,000.
According to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey, about 30% of respondents who grew up rich now identify as poor or working class.

More than half of Americans who grew up rich don’t think they’re wealthy anymore, and it highlights uncomfortable changes in the US econom...

Those who grew up as affluent, upper middle class, and middle class now identify as a lower class, according to an INSIDER and Morning Consult survey.