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· Americans under 25 years old spend the least in every category except for education, gasoline, cellphone service, and clothing. Although Gen Z puts the second most toward education spending – right after Older Gen Xers who are ages 45-54 – they spend less overall on gasoline, cellphone service and clothing than every other age group aside from older baby boomers.
That’s why it’s pretty disturbing to hear that more Americans are saving their money for travel than they are for unforeseen bills and their golden years. In a new study by SunTrust Banks, Inc., 45% of adults say they save their money for travel. Meanwhile, only 37% save for emergencies, and just 30% set money aside for retirement.
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South Asian here. I really dont understand why Westerners (Americans, Europeans and such) leave their parents home as soon as they are 18. On top of that staying with your parents is socially looked down upon. From an outsiders point of view thats crazy. I mean living with your parents should be socially encouraged.
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Buying a home is the No. 2 reason Americans are saving their money. Millennials aged 25 to 34 are the most likely to be saving for a home, with 43 percent choosing this as their primary savings goal. older millennials and younger gen xers (ages 35 to 44) are close behind with 36 percent choosing this as their primary savings goal.
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