13 Scary Retirement Statistics to Read in the Dark
October 31, 2022 by John Manganaro
Every year, advisory firms, retirement plan providers, asset managers and advocacy organizations publish an extensive amount of research assessing the retirement preparedness of the U.S. population.
Some of the positive findings shared by industry analysts include a clear commitment to tax-advantaged retirement savings among workers and a broad-based realization that steady participation in the financial markets is an important part of individuals’ and families’ financial futures. There is also greater awareness of the importance of budgeting effectively, preparing for emergency expenses and reducing toxic debt from credit cards or high-interest personal loans.