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The new year is right around the corner and Americans want to improve their financial standing in 2022.
A new personal finance survey from Slickdeals revealed that three in four (76%) Americans have New Year’s resolutions centered on being "smarter with finances."
The deals- and coupon-focused website commissioned the survey from OnePoll – a market research company that consulted 2,000 U.S. adults about their personal funds.
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Worries about pandemic-related inflation have contributed to 2022 money resolutions. In fact, three in four Americans told Slickdeals they fear inflation could be "a major setback."