We're financially fit – but fearful

Money magazine asked over 1,000 adults to tell us how they’re feeling about their finances, what worries keep them up at night, and how their money habits have changed since the Great Recession. Here are some of the highlights.

Note: MONEY’s Americans and Their Money study is based on a national online survey of 1,018 Americans ages 18-plus conducted Jan. 10-20, 2014, by Marketing & Research Resources. The margin of error is +/- 3.1 percentage points. Supplemental surveys were conducted with 400 parents with children 22 and older who are relying on them for financial support, and 399 adults 18 and over who are relying on their parents for help.

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