Today's reality is that Americans are deeply concerned about the future of their retirement. According to a recent Pew Research survey, 4-in-10 American adults aren't as confident about their finances for retirement as they were in 2009.
The survey highlighted 35 to 44-year-olds as the age group most concerned about their retirement.
Why the concern? An NBCNEWS.COM article said Americans started to feel pessimistic about their retirement futures beginning in 2009 following the nation’s economic collapse. The gloomy outlook worsened this year.
So, the question is — are you worried about retirement?
Read the full NBCNEWS.COM article and the Pew Research survey.
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