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Are young people perhaps unrealistic when it comes to retirement?

Young Americans aged 16 to 25 expect to retire on average, at age 60 which is seven years earlier than full Social Security benefit eligibility for their age bracket according to new research from Charles Schwab. A resounding 76 percent think they’ll have a better financial future than their parents; however, financial experts think that their optimism is “perhaps unrealistic.” Read article here…

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