Americans overall aren’t saving enough for retirement, and as a group, women especially seem not to be prepared. Only 8% of women workers believe that they’re building a large enough retirement fund for themselves, according to the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies.
The Center surveyed more than 1,800 American women workers for the study, a part of its annual retirement survey.
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