|Written by John D. Buerger, CFP®|
|Wednesday, 14 May 2008 14:11|
Only 23% of workers age 55-plus report having $250,000 or more in savings and investments (not including the value of their primary residence or defined-benefit plans - according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute).
When you consider than most people need more than $1 million in income-producing assets to be financially free, you see how daunting this task is.
|Last Updated on Saturday, 05 September 2009 17:46|