Positive changes to Americans’ savings habits.

Lack of adequate savings is a major factor in the retirement decision making process, but the trend seems to be improving for American workers and retirees alike.  This Motley Fool article by Brian Stoffel explains how the percentage of workers and retirees whose savings are less than $10,000 has declined, while the percentage of those with savings between $10K and $50K has improved in 2016.  And there’s even some good news in the higher savings categories as well.  Click here to read more.

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