Adviser Access Has 'Material' Impact on Savings

Russell, Corie
April 2013
Plan Advisor News;2013, p13
The article reports that Americans are on track to replace 61 percent of their present income in retirement, according to results of the "Lifetime Income Survey" study by Putnam Investments. The ideal level should be 75 percent, according to Putnam Investments director of investment retirement solutions Van Harlow. The article highlights the role of Social Security in the income replacement forecast.


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