[For the official May COUNTRY Financial Security Index survey and results, click here.] Americans are feeling better about finances than they have since 2008, according to the latest COUNTRY Financial Security Index. The index, which measures Americans’ attitudes toward their finances, jumped 2.1 points to 66.9, which is the highest score reported since the financial crisis. Although nearly four out of five Americans say their fiscal situation is on track to improve or at least stay the same, college remains a source of anxiety: A Sunny Financial Outlook College aside, Americans report increased levels of confidence in all areas of …
Would you delay retirement for a trip of your dreams? The latest COUNTRY Financial Security index found 49% of Americans would.
The word retirement might send chills down your spine, but according to the latest COUNTRY Financial Security Index, not everyone feels that way.
In time for Valentineâ€™s Day, the latest COUNTRY Financial Security Index survey
On the heels of a successful 2014, Americans feel confident about their 2015 financial outlook.
Just 42 percent set aside money for savings or investments in the past two months.