AmOne Survey Reveals Consumers’ Greatest Financial Fears
October 17, 2019

Saving for retirement tops list of survey respondent’s financial fears, followed by crushing debt and other concerns. AmOne analyzes the reasons for money worries and proposes solutions.

October 17, 2019—Foster City, CA--Personal loan website,, recently surveyed consumers about their biggest financial fears and asked how optimistic people are about resolving their money challenges. The scariest issues for survey respondents with financial worries are:

  • Too little money for retirement (51%)
  • Excessive debt (30%)
  • Paying off their student loans (7%)
  • Affording college for their children (7%)
  • Saving to buy a home (5%)

AmOne expert, Gina Pogol, shows how optimistic consumers are about overcoming various money problems and reviews potential solutions for those struggling with each of the top worries.

“Forty-one percent of survey respondents were pessimistic about their ability to successfully navigate financial challenges, while 38% were optimistic,” observes Pogol, managing editor for, a QuinStreet website. “In reality, most financial fears have solutions and it is often important to address problems as early as possible.”

The complete survey analysis is available here:

Personal finance expert, Gina Pogol, is available to discuss consumers’ biggest financial concerns and actionable steps to address each.

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Since 1999, AmOne has helped consumers identify loan or credit solutions that best meet their needs, using proprietary loan-matching technology. The company also provides free credit assistance from financial matching specialists. Since inception, AmOne's credit assistance efforts have yielded more than $4 billion dollars in loan approvals for consumers and business owners nationwide.

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