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Saving for retirement can seem like a far-off goal when other priorities — from day-to-day expenses to managing debts — feel more urgent.
But if you don't consistently put money aside toward your so-called golden years, you could fall behind.
There's a $4 trillion difference between the retirement savings workers will need and what they have actually accumulated, according to estimates from T. Rowe Price.
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Meanwhile, 52% of working Americans feel they are lagging on their retirement savings, according to a recent survey from Bankrate.com.