60% Of Americans Are More Financially Confident Than Before Pandemic

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Here's today's feel-good story:

According to a new survey, Gen Z and Millenials are "cashing in" on lost time due to the pandemic and are learning lessons from these years to apply to their lives.

The poll of 2,000 Gen Z and Millenials asked about their spending and saving habits in the wake of the pandemic and 7 in 10 responders said that they are back to spending money on things that they missed during the pandemic.

Most people are spending money on trips and vacations, as well as drinks and dinners at bars and restaurants.

“It’s encouraging to see that young Americans are feeling more financially confident throughout what continues to be a very difficult and challenging time, and that so many are focused on maintaining their hard-earned savings,” said Alyssa Schaefer, Chief Experience Officer at Laurel Road.

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