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A CUNA Mutual Group survey of middle class households found most are confident of their finances for now, but few believe they will have the means retire and most lack the financial facts to survive an economic upset.

The Madison, Wis., organization polled 1,258 adults in August making $35,000 to $99,000 per year. Nearly two thirds said they were somewhat or very confident about their personal financial situation now, and nearly half thought it was very unlikely they would miss a loan payment in the next one or two years.

Jim DuPlessis

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