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Merrill Edge® survey finds Americans felt guilty about their 2014 financial decisions, but determined to improve
The majority of mass affluent respondents in Bank of America's latest Merrill Edge® Report feel guilty about the way they have handled their money in 2014, but recognize a need to fund the future. Millennials are the age group most likely to feel proud about this year's financial choices and consider the long-term impact of these decisions. However, they still feel guilty about not investing more and how much they spent on themselves.

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Americans Feel Long-Term Financial Impact

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2014 Achievements Inspire Similar New Year's Resolutions

2014 achievements inspire similar New Year's resolutions
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