A surprising number of millennials are saving for retirement, and they’re making Gen X look bad
- A full 45% of millennials have a retirement account and 33% are actively contributing to it, according to an Insider and Morning Consult survey.
- That’s compared to half of Gen Xers who have a retirement account, 36% of whom are actively saving.
- The data is part of Insider’s series, “The State of Our Money,” which looks at the financial health of Americans.
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Millennials are lapping Gen Xers when it comes to retirement prep.
Insider and Morning Consult recently surveyed Americans about their financial health, debt, earnings, and savings. Of the roughly 2,000 survey respondents, 670 were