Retirement has always been fragile for low-income workers
An analysis by the U.S. Government Accountability Office found: “Only 1 in 10 low-income workers between the ages of 51 and 64 had any funds put away for retirement.” The study also found while poor workers lost ground, high-income workers almost doubled their retirement savings. Aimee Picchi reports why some Americans are retiring without a penny in savings. Read Ms. Picchi’s article here…
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