Americans can be saving more for retirement, but instead they don’t put as much into their employer-sponsored retirement plan as they can. And when they do they rely on their gut when deciding how much to contribute, according to an ING Retirement Research Institute survey released on Friday.

Even though Americans know they are responsible for their retirement and are not confident about the future of Social Security they still save less than they know they should.

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