Four of five Americans are expected to fall short of meeting all of their financial needs in retirement unless they improve their savings habits or retire at a later age.
According to a study by Hewitt Associates, a global human resources consulting and outsourcing services company, employees will need 15.7 times their final pay when factoring in inflation and postretirement medical costs.
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