Twenty-one percent of workers are very confident in their ability to afford a comfortable retirement but their actions and their savings levels don’t seem to back up their confidence, according to the latest Retirement Confidence Survey from the Employee Benefit Research Institute.

Sixty-nine percent of workers report that they or their spouses have saved for retirement but there is still a large percentage of workers who have virtually no savings or investments, according to the report.

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