“Whether the U.S. is facing a retirement crisis isn’t a matter of debate for the majority of Americans. A new poll shows that 86 percent of people agree that it’s a crisis.
And it’s hardly just those approaching retirement who see it that way. When the generation just starting to plan for retirement — millennials — are singled out in the data, 92 percent agreed.
At the same time, the results from a report released last week by the National Institute on Retirement Security show that fewer Americans are worried they won’t have enough money to be self-sufficient in old age.” -Dallas News