The latest Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute found that 63% of workers express confidence in having enough money for a comfortable retirement. But with the average 401(k) having a balance of less than $100,000, the author of today’s article states that “you have to wonder how accurate their self-assessment is.” He proceeds to outline five things to look at in determining whether you are doing a good job preparing for retirement – or just fooling yourself into believing that you are. CLICK HERE to read more.
Is Your Retirement Confidence Well-Founded Or Foolish?
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