Women across all age bands feel that it’s more important to save for retirement than just about anything else, according to the Credit Union National Association’s Women’s Financial Survey. CUNA is a trade association serving 90 percent of America’s 7,200 state and federally chartered credit unions, which are not-for-profit cooperatives.
Of the age bands surveyed, 84 percent of those between the ages of 54 and 63 were most interested in saving for retirement, which makes sense. The least interest expressed (54.3 percent) was by the youngest cohort (ages 20 to 33), which is not surprising.
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