It’s one of the most hotly debated questions: will Social Security and retirement savings be enough to sustain workers in retirement?
The Employee Benefit Research Institute says that current levels of Social Security benefits coupled with at least 30 years of 401(k) savings could provide most workers with annual income of at least 60 percent of their preretirement pay on an inflation-adjusted basis.
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