A new survey about New Year’s resolutions shows Americans continue to have mixed feelings about their own financial future, as well as the country’s.
The survey by Allianz Life Insurance Company of North America, Minneapolis, asked what the country’s New Year’s resolution should be for 2010. The main responses:
–52.6% want jobs created to reduce unemployment.
–32.4% want the country to fix its finances.
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–10.6% want healthcare issues to be solved.
–4.4% want to mend strained relations around the world.
When asked whether financial planning was part of their own personal New Year’s resolutions: