Secure Choice SB1234

January 18, 2018 gtutt44 39 comments

Secure Choice SB1234


Some Millennial Retirement Expectations Unrealistic

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One-third say they plan to save $200,000 or less to be comfortable in retirement; they only expect to live to age 81; and very few feel they will end up in an assisted living facility, according to a su



A survey of Millennials, ages 21 to 37, finds 58% are saving for retirement.

Of those saving, 84% have saved less than $50,000, according to the survey by Aperion Care. Ten percent have saved in the $50,000 to $100,000 range.

One-third (34%) of Millennials say they plan to save $200,000 or less to be comfortable in retirement. Aperion Care notes that according to the AARP, in order to live off of $40,000 a year, a retiree needs to save about $1.18 million for a 30-year retirement. Only 20% of Millennials plan to save $500,000 to $1 million for a comfortable retirement, and only 15% plan to save $1 million to $2 million.

But, Millennials, on average, expect to live to age 81. And, while 61% expect to live to an older age than both their parents, nearly four in ten do not.

In addition, the majority (57%) of Millennials expect to die in their homes, rather than in a retirement community (4%), hospital (18%), hospice (4%) or assisted living facility (5%). Aperion Care notes that studies show only about 20% of people die in their own home.

Sixty percent of Millennials expect to be in an average financial state when they die, while 11% believe they will be poor. Forty-five percent say they will be in a better financial state than their parents, but 38% say they will be in the same financial state. Only 16% expect to be in a worse financial state than their parents when they die.

More results from the study may be found here.

Tagged: Retirement Income, retirement readiness

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