They say more money means more problems, but a recent survey found people with less cash are the ones staying up at night worrying, report Yahoo Finance.

Sixty-three percent of people who earn less than $30,000 per year said they lost sleep over financial issues, compared to 53 percent of people who earn $80,000 or more, according to the results of a Bankrate survey released Thursday.

Overall, more than half of adult Americans said they’ve lost sleep over at least one financial issue, according to Bankrate’s report. Everyday expenses were the most common issue keeping Americans up at night, with nearly a third of people surveyed saying they lost sleep over them.

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