How access to retirement benefits helps build financial confidence
2023 has already been a big year for retirement. Contribution limits are up, meaning you can save more than ever with a 401(k) or an IRA. Also, newly passed legislation has made it easier for businesses to manage retirement programs and offers increased tax benefits to savers.
Yet, recent data suggests there’s a retirement disconnect. In fact, according to our research¹, more than half of people are not actively saving for retirement.
To better understand this issue, we conducted a study to gain insight into how people feel about retirement.
We learned that most adults lack confidence in their current retirement savings knowledge. Thankfully, research shows that access to a 401(k) may reverse negative retirement sentiments and help build healthy long-term financial habits.
Here’s a recap of what we found:
¹ Source: Suzy research insights based on data collected in December 2022, from a survey of 1,086 US-based respondents ages 18-67. Guideline was not identified as the survey sponsor. Though the survey is broad in scope, the experiences of the respondents in this survey may not be representative of all people.
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