Young workers mortgage retirement futures

Blassingame, Kelley M.
October 2003
Employee Benefit News;Oct2003, Vol. 17 Issue 13, p1
Reports on the concern expressed by financial experts about the retirement plans of younger workers with large debt. Increase in the number of homeowners in the U.S. who are under 25; Percentage of Gen Xers who participate in retirement plans; Credit card debt of younger workers.


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