Be it the dismal disappointment of seeing their 401(k) balances fall, loss of a job or a wage cut, 48% of Americans are savings less for retirement, according to a Country Financial survey of 2,340 working Americans.

Only 12% have increased savings, and it’s status quo for 35%, according to the survey, conducted by Rasmussen Reports.

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