Long-Term Retirement Goals Lose Out To Short-Term Financial Pressures, Finds Natixis Retirement Savings Study
American workers say the biggest risk to their retirement security is failing to save enough money. Yet 60 percent set aside less than 7.5 percent of their income for retirement and nearly four in 10 have tapped into their retirement accounts, largely to meet other financial goals, according to a survey released today by Natixis Global Asset Management.
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Young adults in the U.S. may be getting the message that saving for retirement is on their shoulders — they’re starting to put aside money for retirement years earlier than previous generations. That’s the good news. But when it comes to retirement saving in the U.S., there’s still plenty to worry about, too.
Family offices have traditionally been seen – well, not actually seen – as a diverse, hard to reach, and somewhat unquantifiable distribution channel for asset management firms.