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Are Millennials Too Optimistic About Retirement?

A recent survey reveals that millennials, those Americans born between 1980 and 1994, may be under estimating their financial needs in retirement. Probably not surprising when retirement is still many years away, but a consternation for financial planners who advise that significant savings are required to spend your golden years in comfort. This article by Danielle Andrus at discusses the survey taken, the attitude of millennials toward retirement, and the need to have a healthy investment portfolio when retirement is upon you. Click here to read more.

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