An alarming number of Americans face a retirement savings crisis and risk a substantial decline in their standard of living in retirement. Or, there is a much more manageable problem: a smaller number of Americans are facing a much smaller retirement savings shortfall. Which of these two scenarios is accurate depends on who you ask – and, in evidence of this, today’s article presents the drastically different outlooks of two prominent economists. Do Americans face a retirement savings crisis – and what accounts for the divergent views on this issue? CLICK HERE to read more.
The Very Real (Or Nonexistent) Retirement Savings Crisis
- by Bob Mitchell