Are you a “worry-wart” when it comes to retirement savings?

The phrase “America has a retirement savings crisis” has been a headline blared in many a financial services magazine for years now, emphasizing that far too many workers don’t plan well for retirement and come up way short of where their savings should be when they arrive at their golden years. But there’s a subset of people who do plan well and do stay focused on building their nest egg as much as possible.  Curiously, a recent study found that a shared characteristic of those whose savings are in good shape is that they lack confidence that they’re saving enough and tend to worry that they won’t have enough saved for a life of leisure. In this article appearing  at, guest contributor Kelly LaVigne opines about those “chasers”, and offers tips on how to stop being a worry-wart. Click here to read more.

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