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Infographic: What should Americans do to boost your savings?
45% of low-middle income households are at risk for losing their current standard of living during retirement. For low-income households that number is 82%. This infographic examines what Americans can do to ensure long-term quality of life.
The resounding consensus at the US Saving Forum was this—in order to bridge the savings gap, government intervention is not optional. Our infographic examines what policymakers can do to lift the household saving rate.
"Economists of every school have always recognized savings as the source of investment that fuels an economy’s long-term growth. Nations whose citizens and leaders have acted on this insight have gained powerful competitive advantage over time. Saving, in short, can ultimately translate into rising living standards and a more stable economic environment..."Click here to download.
June 24, 2014 - Report
Highlights from the report
A one sheet detailing some of our key findings and insights.
The Aspen Institute
American Society of Pension Professionals & Actuaries
Bank of America Merrill Lynch
Financial Services Roundtable
John Hancock Financial
Natixis Global Asset Management
The New England Council
The US Chamber of Commerce
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