Saving for retirement has traditionally been presented as a means to an end. People are told to make this or that occasional investment and voilà, funds will be available when retirement age arrives. However, as numerous sources of data prove, Americans are largely unprepared for retirement even after years of being “taught” how to do so.

With so many savings options available and approximately 50% of companies offering retirement training along with those options, why are the statistics so out of balance?

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