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A new Bankrate survey finds that nearly two-thirds of Americans (63 percent) don’t expect their personal finances to improve in 2024. That includes 38 percent who think their financial situations will remain the same and 26 percent who think their finances will worsen. Nearly 2 in 5 Americans (37 percent) think their financial situations will improve in the new year, slightly up from last year (34 percent).

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63% of Americans don’t expect their personal finances to improve in 2024
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    Survey: Nearly two-thirds of Americans don’t expect their personal finances to improve in 2024

    Survey: Nearly two-thirds of Americans don’t expect their personal finances to improve in 2024

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