Forty-three percent of Millennials say they need help managing saving for retirement, while 40% want help with good general savings habits.
One-third would sacrifice retirement benefits.
A study shows consumers might not understand health savings accounts as well as they believe.
Although 58% of Millennials surveyed said they are saving enough for retirement, 46% say they have significant debt, and 53% say they will “never be comfortable investing in the market.”
A recent survey found that across generations, investors are almost equally concerned that their returns won’t secure adequate retirement savings.
Baby Boomers are adopting better financial habits, but Millennials may be overconfident in theirs, a study by Allianz finds.