Gen X, Y and Z investors may be years from retirement but they already have multiple concerns about their future finances.
In a Harris Interactive online survey for T. Rowe Price, seven different worries were reported by over half the respondents. Leading the list: health care costs, cited 76% of these investors. Other reasons for future anxiety were rising taxes (67%), viability of Social Security (63%), inflation (61%), long-term care (58%), running short of money because of longevity (52%), and housing values (52%).
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