More than a third of US adults are concerned about their investments

US adults share a variety of personal finance concerns amid the pandemic-induced recession.

Per July 2020 data from Phase5, 35% percent of US adults are worried about the performance or stability of their investments.

The survey, which allowed respondents to select up to three options, found that nearly a fifth (19%) of US adults are concerned about having enough income to pay for their daily expenses. The ability to pay their rent or mortgage (16%), incurring more debt (16%), or having to downsize retirement income expectations (14%) round out respondents’ top five financial concerns amid the pandemic.

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