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Retirement savings options available for gig workers

More than one-third of US workers (36 percent) participate in the gig economy, either through their primary or secondary jobs, according to survey data published by Statista. Unfortunately, gig employers don’t tend to offer benefits such as “retirement savings plans or health care insurance benefits to their workers”, says David Musto, CEO of Ascensus. Although the attached article is geared more toward financial advisers, it does give several retirement savings options available to gig workers. Read the attached article here…

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