For American Retirees, It’s Regrets, Not Savings, That Have Piled Up

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For American Retirees, It’s Regrets, Not Savings, That Have Piled Up



Most middle-class Americans look at their retirement savings and see only a pile of regrets. That’s according to a new study showing one-third (34 percent) of middle-class respondents are not currently saving a cent for retirement, while a majority (72 percent) wish they had started saving earlier in life. Median retirement savings dropped $5,000 from $25,000…

For American Retirees, It’s Regrets, Not Savings, That Have Piled Up

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