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Americans Name Their Top 8 Financial Goals for 2022

Money Talks News Logo By Chris Kissell of Money Talks News | Slide 1 of 9: A new year offers a fresh start for all of us. Many Americans are looking at 2022 as a chance to achieve some long-cherished financial goals. In a recent survey of around 2,000 U.S. adults — the 2022 Wealth & Wellness Index from retirement services provider Empower and hybrid wealth manager Personal Capital — respondents revealed their top financial goals for the new year. The survey found that many people are prioritizing financial goals over lifestyle goals, although exercising more and losing weight were also cited by many of those polled. Following are the top financial hopes for Americans this year. It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter. Sponsored: Add $1.7 million to your retirement A recent Vanguard study revealed a self-managed $500,000 investment grows into an average $1.7 million in 25 years. But under the care of a pro, the average is $3.4 million. That’s an extra $1.7 million! Maybe that’s why the wealthy use investment pros and why you should too. How? With SmartAsset’s free  financial adviser matching tool. In five minutes you’ll have up to three qualified local pros, each legally required to act in your best interests. Most offer free first consultations. What have you got to lose? Click here to check it out right now.

Americans Name Their Top 8 Financial Goals for 2022

A new year offers a fresh start for all of us. Many Americans are looking at 2022 as a chance to achieve some long-cherished financial goals.

In a recent survey of around 2,000 U.S. adults — the 2022 Wealth & Wellness Index from retirement services provider Empower and hybrid wealth manager Personal Capital — respondents revealed their top financial goals for the new year.

The survey found that many people are prioritizing financial goals over lifestyle goals, although exercising more and losing weight were also cited by many of those polled. Following are the top financial hopes for Americans this year.

It’s not the usual blah, blah, blah. Click here to sign up for our free newsletter.

Sponsored: Add $1.7 million to your retirement

A recent Vanguard study revealed a self-managed $500,000 investment grows into an average $1.7 million in 25 years. But under the care of a pro, the average is $3.4 million. That’s an extra $1.7 million!

Maybe that’s why the wealthy use investment pros and why you should too. How? With SmartAsset’s free financial adviser matching tool. In five minutes you’ll have up to three qualified local pros, each legally required to act in your best interests. Most offer free first consultations. What have you got to lose? Click here to check it out right now.

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