Financial experts say that people should try to replace 70%-80% of their current income in retirement, but current statistics suggest that employees need to make the right arrangements to do so.

And while employer-sponsored 401(k) plans can provide the necessary leverage to get workers into a safer position in retirement, many employees are still saving too little – or starting too late – to get to where they need to be in their post-work years.

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