Don’t Wait Until After The Election to Make Financial Decisions

Photo: Getty ImagesThirty-two percent of people are holding off on making “major financial decisions” until after the presidential election, according to a new survey from FinanceBuzz. In addition, 72% of respondents said they believe whoever gets elected will have “a direct impact on their personal finances.”It’s easy to understand why people might wait to see…

Don’t Wait Until After The Election to Make Financial Decisions

Photo: Getty ImagesThirty-two percent of people are holding off on making “major financial decisions” until after the presidential election, according to a new survey from FinanceBuzz. In addition, 72% of respondents said they believe whoever gets elected will have “a direct impact on their personal finances.”It’s easy to understand why people might wait to see what happens in the wake of the next election. Several candidates have plans to either reduce college costs or wipe out student debt completely. Some candidates are cool with some version of our current healthcare system, while others want government-run Medicare for all.And as the election draws nearer, the remaining candidates are getting bolder about their personal platforms. Just this month, Elizabeth Warren outlined all the ways she would reduce student loan debt without needing legislation to be passed
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