Unless automatic enrollment in 401(k)s and other defined contribution plans becomes universal and savings deferral rates increase substantially, people are going to have significant shortfalls in their retirement nest eggs.

The general consensus: workers need to put away at least 15% and possibly 25% or more of their salaries now, to be ready and able to retire when they get past age 65.

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