Denial is not just a river in Africa. It also is a powerful driver of how Americans think about their prospects for a secure retirement.
A new survey of retirement confidence published on Tuesday confirms that many workers lack realistic plans for making ends meet in retirement. It also suggests there is a disconnect between Americans' confidence about retirement and their actual preparations to ensure a comfortable one.
The Retirement Confidence Survey published by the Employee Benefit Research Institute (EBRI) is the longest-running annual survey of retirement confidence among both workers and today’s retirees - this is the 26th . . .