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Odds Are You Are Going to Retire Hungry and Poor

If your 75 year old self could talk to you today about making retirement saving a priority, what advice do you think you'd hear?

Americans can be in as much current day denial as they want to about their future and what retirement will look like but recent studies show a significant number of people are not at all confident they will be able to retire with adequate income and savings. According to the Employee Benefit Research institute, 49 percent of workers surveyed said ... Read More »

    American’s Freaking Out About Having Enough Money to Retire

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    A Pew Research study just out paints a disturbing picture of what lies ahead for many in retirement. Let me summarize the results of the report for you, half of people better start enjoying dog food. According to the survey results, about four-in-ten (38%) adults says they not confident they will have enough income in retirement. That’s up from 25% ... Read More »

      No Retirement, No Savings, Drowning in Debt. – Randy

      Ready to Collapse

      “Dear Steve, Self employed – earned about $80K in 2010 (up from 2009); 58 years old. $10K in savings; no retirement plan other than to work ’till the end. Home owner – mortgage etc. about $2K/mo; no equity, but not underwater either – just about even. Unsecured debt is about $50K. Not behind yet in anything, but between self-employment taxes ... Read More »

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