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Financial concerns are affecting the health of wealthy Americans, too
June 17, 2019

From Bloomberg:

Even relatively wealthy Americans are so worried about their finances that it's affecting their mental and physical health.

That's one of the findings in a Bank of America Corp. survey of more than 1,000 people in the U.S. who have enough investable money to qualify as "mass affluent." Financial concerns affected the mental health of 59% of respondents, while 56% said their physical health has been hurt. Younger people, in the millennial and Generation Z age brackets, reported a bigger impact from money matters than their Gen X and baby boomer counterparts.

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