Kailey Hagen | USA Today | Jul 26th, 2022
Retirement is getting more expensive all the time, so it's best to start saving for it as early as you can. Many workers know this, yet one-third of Americans aren't currently setting aside any money for their future, according to a recent Anytime Estimate survey.
No one is going to make you save for retirement if you choose not to. But it's usually best to make it a habit if you're able to do so. If you put off saving for too long or you only contribute money infrequently, you run the risk of retiring without enough.
Here are three of the most common reasons participants gave for not saving for retirement right now, along with some strategies you can use to overcome them.