From 401(k) cash outs to splashy weddings, here are America's biggest money regrets
April 17, 2019

From CNBC:

When asked what their biggest regret is when it comes to money, participants in the new CNBC and Acorns Invest in You Savings Survey certainly didn't hold back. From dipping into retirement plan savings to frivolous spending and being too much of an easy touch, here's a look at some of Americans' biggest financial fouls they wish they could do over.

The survey, conducted for CNBC by SurveyMonkey in March, polled more than 2,300 adults about various aspects of financial wellness.

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