WINNIE SUN SHARES MONEY-SAVING TIPS FOR ‘AMERICA SAVES WEEK’
America Saves Week was started in 2007 by the non-profit Consumer Federation of America to encourage consumers to adopt responsible saving strategies and to take a closer look at their finances. This year, as we recognize another Saving Week, a disturbing trend is occurring, revealing that the amount that Americans are saving is at a 5-year low.
Now, a new national survey conducted by PurePoint® Financial reveals a significant shift in how many Americans define the “American Dream,” as their financial foundations feel increasingly unstable. In fact, 71 percent of Americans feel the American Dream has changed, and the majority of Americans (64 percent) say they define financial success as not living paycheck-to-paycheck.
Financial Expert and TV analyst Winnie Sun joins us to discuss study results and what this disturbing trend means.
WHAT THE NEW AMERICAN DREAM STUDY WILL REVEAL:
PAY CHECK to PAY CHECK–How the majority of Americans view success
CRITICAL CONCERNS–Uncertainty around the state of the economy and government
BEST ADVICE —Why everyone should try to save at least 10 percent of their income
FUTURE RISKS—While Americans openly admit to being concerned about the future, almost half don’t have money saved in a retirement account.
SPOKESPERSON BACKGROUND: Your audience may know Winnie Sun as a regular guest on CNBC and Fox Business, where she has been one of the top analysts working to help average Americans understand complex financial issues that affect their everyday lives. Sun also co-hosts a popular national business radio show called RENEGADE MILLIONAIRE with Winnie Sun.
Courtesy: PurePoint Financial
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