With the Independence Day holiday approaching, Americans are expressing a desire for another type of freedom. Fifty-five-percent of the respondents in Capital One 360's "Financial Freedom" poll say they would love to celebrate being free of financial concerns. But people have different definitions of "financial freedom." The term means being debt free for 44-percent, while 26-percent say it's having enough money in savings to cover emergencies. For ten-percent it means being able to retire early. Americans also have different ideas on how they'd celebrate their "financial freedom." Just under a quarter say they'd travel the world, while 22-percent would retire early Fifteen-percent would spoil their loved ones, and 13-percent would by the home of their dreams. Eleven-percent would take a financial risk, and turn "their passion" into a business.