Kaching! How millennials have made a massive shift in their personal finances

A new survey polled 2,000 Gen Z and millennial Americans and looked at their new spending and saving habits during the ongoing impact of the pandemic. The results found that nearly seven in 10 (69%) are getting back to spending money on things they missed because of COVID-19. Conducted by OnePoll on behalf of Laurel Road, a digital banking platform of KeyBank, the survey also found 59% say that they're spending more money now than they did before the pandemic and 58% created new savings goals because their spending habits have changed.

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