Simple and direct data points, delivered daily, showing the latest Defined Contribution trends.

Checking Out at 62

29%: Workers who say they will retire at 62.

  • In Stocks They Trust—Again

    10 Percentage Points: Increase in confidence that millennials and baby boomers have in the stock market.

  • What, Me Worry?

    75%: Millennials who say they are confident that they know how to deal with any financial problem that will come up in the next decade.

  • Can’t Afford to Save

    84%: Millennials who say they have not started saving for retirement because they can’t afford it.

  • Who Knows How Much You’ll Need in Retirement?

    54%: Baby boomers who say they “can’t estimate” how much they will need in retirement.

  • Who Do You Trust?

    50%: Millennials who said they trust personal finance experts or “personalities” for credible information.

  • Millennial Women Overwhelmed

    45%: The proportion of millennial women who say they are “overwhelmed” by debt.

  • A Head Start

    18%: The proportion of millennials who are saving more than 10% of their income for retirement.

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