January 2003
Journal of Financial Planning;Jan2003, Vol. 16 Issue 1, p26
Academic Journal
This article presents statistics concerning finance in the U.S. The percentage of workers who do not realize that their group long-term care insurance does not cover all of their salary is 50 percent. The nation's total household net worth in dollars, for the second quarter of 2002 is 40,077,000,000,000. While the percentage of graduating seniors who plan to live with their parents after college is 63 percent.


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