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Retirement Statistics

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Average American has only $96k saved for retirement. Read shocking stats on how most Americans are nowhere ready to retire. It's not too late to improve.
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Survey: Many Americans Afraid of Investing

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More than 1 in 3 Americans surveyed are afraid of investing. 43% of females surveyed are afraid of investing in the stock market compared to 31% of males, according to a new survey.

Ally Invest Review: Pros and Cons

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Ally Invest offers free trades for stocks and ETFs. But is it good? Find out how it compares to other online brokers.

E*TRADE Review: Pros and Cons

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New Survey: 39.4% Have Less Than $500 in Savings

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Four in 10 people have not set aside at least $500 in savings, according to a new 2014 survey by, a credit card comparison website. That leaves a very small safety net for emergencies and is pretty risky. For those with lots of assets or large families, $500 can go very quickly in a crisis. Just one week out of work or a broken-down car could send those without an emergency fund into an ugly place — one where they are overly dependent on credit or become delinquent payers ...

10 Smart Ways to Invest $1,000

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Survey: Retirement Savings Statistics

January 15, 2013 - By Charles Tran - News for Family
What's the difference between objective forecasting and cockeyed optimism? A new survey by suggests that it's the difference between some people's saving habits and their idea of a “comfortable retirement.”
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Survey: Saving Money Statistics

October 16, 2012 - By Mike Foster - News for No Emergency Savings
Over a thousand people were asked if they have any specific savings strategy, such as saving a certain percentage of income. Over 54% replied that they did not have any strategy at all. More worryingly, 61.5% said that they are not saving for retirement.

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