For over thirty years, the retirement savings landscape has shifted from company-financed pension plans to employee-financed retirement plans. The unintended consequence of transferring responsibility to employees is that Americans are now woefully unprepared for retirement. More than one in three Americans don’t have any retirement savings. For women, two-thirds report they have either no savings or less than $10,000.
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