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- About 27% of U.S. workers are “not at all confident” about their retirement savings, the highest percentage in two decades.
- The increase was primarily among those who have saved less than $100,000; 43% of those with less than $25,000 in savings lack confidence in their retirement security this year, up from 19% in 2007.
- About 39% of workers believe they will need to save at least $500,000 to retire comfortably.
- More than half of those surveyed had less than $25,000 in savings and investments.
- About 42% of respondents could only guess their retirement savings.
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