More than ¼ of American women are not confident about meeting their financial goals.

- Guardian Study of Financial and Emotional Confidence™, 2021

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The Guardian Study of Financial and Emotional Confidence™

The lives of working Americans have changed immeasurably over the past two years. In our recent study, Guardian asked working adults what impacts their emotional and financial well-being. Among other results, Guardian learned that income is not the sole driver of confidence and success. In fact, it is proactive financial habits and high levels of understanding of financial concepts and products that contribute to higher financial and emotional confidence.

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37% say they avoid dealing with their finances because it overwhelms them.

The Guardian Study of Financial and Emotional Confidence™

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Unless otherwise noted, all data is sourced from Guardian’s Study of Financial and Emotional ConfidenceTM, 2022.

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