Survey: Presidential election antics have made some more cautious about their money

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Mike Cetera of includes Joe Heider, president of Cirrus Wealth Management in an article about how the current presidential election cycle has made more people cautious with their money. “This election is creating greater anxiety among Americans, which then spills over into their financial decisionmaking. I don’t think you can escape the fact that whatever your political views are, you haven’t seen a nomination process quite like this one,” he says.

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