On average, boomers only have one-third of retirement savings they'll need. Gen X isn't doing much better.
See how 401(k) participation has returned to pre-recession levels in this infographic.
Compare your retirement package to industry averages and learn more in this Focus Report.
Credit unions contribute significantly more to employee 401k plans than banks do.
While they may lack confidence in their overall financial knowledge, some women still see saving for retirement as their No. 1 financial priority.
In 2012, 401(k) plan participants held 36% of their assets in diversified equities and another 13% in company stock, according to Spectrem in Chicago.
The IRS is changing some of the limits for retirement plans because the cost-of-living index met the adjustment trigger.
Forty percent of employees are living paycheck to paycheck, marking a decrease from 42% in 2011 and 46% in 2008, CareerBuilder survey says.