In a recent Money Magazine poll, nearly 66% of those earning less than $100,000 and 50% of those making over $100,000 said they were worried about their family's economic security. 60% of respondents felt they didn't have enough money set aside for emergencies and didn't think the family's breadwinner would find it easy to get another job if laid off. 60% were also anxious about how they would pay their health care expenses. 50% of respondents indicated they were living paycheck to paycheck. 20% of respondents with children said they would probably need their kids' financial support someday.1
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