Are you a “super saver”?
Majority of U.S. workers are not contributing the maximum amount to their 401(k) nor are they investing at least 15 percent of their income in retirement accounts, but there are a few, they are referred to as “super savers.” The Principal Financial Group recently surveyed more than 1,700 “super savers” between the ages of 20 and 54 to find out how these individuals are setting themselves up for a secure future. The attached article outlines four big sacrifices the Principal survey suggests they have made in 2020 to enable the “super savers” to invest so much toward their retirement. Read article here…
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