Lesbian, gay, bisexual or transgender non-retirees are more confident in their retirement savings over non-LGBT non-retirees.

According to a national survey by Wells Fargo, which was released Wednesday, 61% of LGBT individuals surveyed believe they will have enough saved by the time they retire to live comfortably, while only 53% of non-LGBT members surveyed believe the same.

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