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To speak with a CPA spokesperson about retirement, budgeting, student loans or any other financial topic please contact James Schiavone, James.Schiavone@aicpa-cima.com or Jonathan Lynch, Jonathan.Lynch@aicpa-cima.com

Recent press releases with original AICPA survey data can be found below:

2018

Nearly Half of Americans Say Volatile Markets are an Easy Way to Make a Profit: AICPA Survey

Fewer Americans Are Delaying Major Life Events Because of Money Worries: AICPA Survey

Nearly Half of Americans Say ID Theft Likely to Cause Them Financial Loss in the Next Year: AICPA Survey

2017

New Survey Explores Financial Sacrifices Americans Willing to Make for their Pets

New Survey Finds Relationship Tension and Anxiety are Hidden Costs of Debt

Is Time Still Money? Americans Say Cost More Important than Time When Making Purchases

Fake Financial News is a Real Threat to Majority of Americans: New AICPA Survey 

Less than Half of Non-Retired Americans Confident They’ll Reach Financial Goals by Retirement: AICPA Survey 

2016

‘Keeping Up with the Joneses’ Goes Online as Many Americans Show off Luxury Purchases

Four in Five Americans Say Allowance Teaches Financial Responsibility: AICPA Survey

What's the Point? Survey Reveals Americans Not Redeeming Their Travel Rewards

Americans Say Social Security Solvency Should Be Next President’s Top Economic Priority  

One-Third of College Students Say They’ll Live at Home Post-Graduation Due to Loan Debt  

More than Eighty Percent of Americans with Student Loans Make Sacrifices to Meet Monthly Payment

AICPA Survey: 68 Percent of Americans Regret How They Financed College  

Half of Americans Expect Identity Theft to Cause Them a Financial Loss in the Next Year; Majority of Investment Frauds go Unreported 

2015

AICPA Survey Finds Disconnect Between College Students’ Perception of their Financial Literacy Skills and Reality

Increasing Number of Americans Now Delaying Higher Education, Retirement and Starting a Family for Financial Reasons: AICPA Survey

AICPA Survey: 68 Percent of Americans Regret How They Financed College

AICPA Survey Finds Comfortable Retirement Best Defines Financial Success for Americans

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