Americans are relying on technology to help with their personal finance needs, but most (60 percent) use it to simplify and automate financial tasks such as banking and bill payment, according to a recent survey conducted by Northwestern Mutual's financial literacy website, TheMint.org.

Among those using technology for daily finances, the millennial generation leads the way, with 62 percent using online banking or automated bill payment, versus 60 percent of Generation X and less than half (37 percent) of those aged 60 or older.

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