Many Americans worry about having enough money saved for retirement — 59% of the 1,026 adults Gallup surveyed in April. They should be concerned.

Nearly one third of workers surveyed by the Federal Reserve last year said they had no retirement savings — 19% of which were ages 55-64. Nearly half of adults among the 4,100 surveyed had no retirement plan.

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