Release Date: November 14, 2022
FNBO Examines How Inflation, Student Loan Forgiveness and More Are Shaping the Personal Finance Landscape
OMAHA, Neb. November 14, 2022—First National Bank of Omaha (“FNBO”) today released the results of its 2022 Personal Finance Snapshot Survey. The latest in a series of consumer surveys by FNBO, the 2022 Personal Finance Snapshot Survey examines how our challenging economic times are shaping and impacting Americans’ financial behaviors, beliefs and situations.
“Consumers and their bank accounts are undoubtedly feeling the impact of inflation, and this will only be felt even stronger as we approach the holiday season. We encourage those struggling with their finances to reevaluate their budget to ensure it supports current and future financial goals, and if not, to adjust accordingly,” said Sean Baker, executive vice president, Individual Customer Segment, FNBO. “Regarding future goals, we continue to see that many Americans aren’t saving for retirement, which is a critical element of financial wellness, so we urge everyone to contribute what they can to their retirement funds.”
The survey found:
This latest survey is a follow-up to FNBO’s Financial Wellness Survey, released earlier this year, which found that nearly half of Americans have less than $15,000 saved for retirement.
This survey was conducted online using Survey Monkey among a national sample of 1,061 adults spanning across U.S. geographic regions and income levels. The survey sample was weighted to reflect the gender distribution and the age distribution across the 18-44 and 45+ age brackets in U.S. census data.
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