word collage about gig jobs Gig workers represent 31 percent of U.S. households, and while most say they gig by choice—70 percent for singles and even more for married or partnered—gigging is most common among the young and single. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Americans may be saving more, but gig workers are having a tougher time of it. Not surprisingly, their financial situations are not only more complex but are causing them more anxiety, and they could really use some advice.

That’s among the findings of a new Hearts & Wallets report on U.S. household finance, which also uncovers a number of financial challenges facing workers even as they put away more money in savings.

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