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Americans' Retirement Confidence Falls To All-Time Low
by: Larry Barrett
Tuesday, March 15, 2011
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Despite all the dire warnings from financial advisors, relatives and the federal government, most Americans still aren't saving anywhere near enough money to afford the dignified retirement they all claim is so important to them and, worse, most don't even have any idea exactly how much they'll need even if they were to begin saving today for their golden years.

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