This is when people start saving for retirement—and when they actually should 

Alicia Adamczyk | CNBC | Sep 4th, 2019
Category: Education

A significant portion of U.S. adults are delaying starting to save for retirement until a decade or more into their working career — far later than what financial experts advise.

Just 39% of adults who are saving for retirement started in their 20s, according to a recent report from Morning Consult, despite half of respondents saying that people should start saving during those years. Just over a quarter of Americans began saving in their 30s, 15% in their 40s and 6% in their 50s.

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