Retirement confidence is up in the U.S., Ireland and the United Kingdom, according to State Street Global Advisors’ Global Retirement Survey 2015. All three countries experienced an increase in the number of investors who are extremely confident or very confident they will meet their retirement goals.
State Street interviewed investors who participate in employer-sponsored retirement plans in Australia, Ireland, the United Kingdom and the United States to gauge their feelings about retirement. In the U.S., more than half of in-plan savers said they were extremely or very confident about their retirement readiness, up from 36% last year, the study found. In the UK, 43% were confident compared to 24% in 2014. In Ireland, 27% were confident compared to 17% the prior year.
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