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With positive market returns, the number of working Americans age 30 and older who think the U.S. stock market is a good place to invest for retirement increased considerably over the past year. But a significant portion of investors have concerns, particularly around health care.
More than 40% of employed millennials haven’t started saving for retirement. Some struggle with debt, while others are wary of financial markets or simply don’t know where to begin. The good news? Millennials are open to financial coaching and education.
Christian Chan and Kandarp Acharya, portfolio managers of the Wells Fargo Dynamic Target Date Funds, share their tips for retirement success. Read their three-part article series:
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