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As we age, we tend to think about bucket list items that we want to do before we die. As it turns out finances tend to play an important role in whether were able to accomplish many things on our bucket list.
Provision Living recently surveyed 2,000 Americans to learn more about how finances impact our bucket list life goals.
Here’s what they found:
- The average amount of money people are willing to spend on a bucket list item – $3,801
- 57% of Americans say that finances are preventing them from checking things off their bucket lists
- The top financial bucket list goals – 1. Pay off debt 2. Pay off mortgage 3. Retire early 4. Save for child’s tuition 5. Donate to charity 6. Buy a home
The full analysis can be seen here. Take a look at the infographic below for more information.