Ten Years Post-Financial Crisis and Americans Say it Had No Impact, According to Hartford Funds Survey
Yet Many Don’t Trust the Stock Market, Changed their Spending Habits, and Plan to Work Longer than Anticipated
New data released today by Hartford Funds revealed that a decade after the Great Recession, Americans are unclear how the economic event impacted their life and financial behavior.
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