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A third of people have nothing saved for retirement Thirty-six percent of Americans polled by Bankrate.com have failed to save for retirement, with 14% of the senior respondents having no nest eggs. People who have no retirement savings say they are unable to set aside an amount for their nest eggs because of the high cost of living and daily expenses, according to an expert. Workers are advised to contribute enough to their 401(k) plans to get their employers' maximum match contributions, the expert says. -- USA Today
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