Despite seeing nearly all the benefits of the post-2009 recovery, it turns out the one percenters worry about the same things as the other 99 — the economy, retirement savings, their job. According to the Wall Street Journal, 28% of one percenters polled said they’re worried about their jobs and 38% are worried they’ll run out of money. Of those surveyed who own their own business, 25% fear their company won’t survive another year. But money in the bank does not eliminate financial fears. A survey last fall found 50% of those with more than $100,000 in savings worried about their retirement prospects. And researchers at Boston College found even extreme wealth does not rid the fear of destitution.
The One Percent Worried About Job Loss, Saving For Retirement (Huffington Post)
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