In the past few days, three surveys have been released that paint a rather bleak picture of Americans’ financial status and expectations about retirement.
Savings not going as much retirement in the 45- to 64-year-old set.
A study, largely overlooked, from three Ivy League researchers finds that almost half of Americans die owning less than $10,000.
This month, I’ll celebrate my birthday, but I’m not sure how much celebrating I’ll do. At 28, I’m back in my hometown in Oregon after two cross-country moves and more than one journalism career blip thanks to the economic downturn.