Call us today: (909) 498-4822

Over half of Americans save little to nothing

19% say they are saving nothing at all...

It was reported below that over 65% of Americans are saving little to nothing.

Here is what they had to say, followed by our experiences.

Among respondents, 20 percent said they aren’t saving anything or don’t have an income. Another 47 percent are saving 1 to 10 percent, and 27 percent are saving 11 percent of their income or more.

Expenses are the biggest obstacle, with 39 percent of the respondents citing this as the main reason they’re not saving. Sixteen percent said their job isn’t good enough, while an equal amount said the main reason they aren’t saving more is because they haven’t gotten around to it.
The reference article is found at:
Do you see where 39% directly said their expenses are the biggest obstacle to them saving any money.

What are most people's expenses primarily made up of?

Your mortgage and your debts.

Your debts affect you in many other areas of your life.

Your cash flow is lower because of the amount of money you have to pay out every month toward your payments.

Less cash flow for your living expenses and other needs prevents you from saving more for retirement, it could even cause you to have to work longer.

This also affects your relationships with your loved ones, your co-workers, and your general mood too.

What would it mean to you if you could pay everything off, including your mortgage, in half the time it is going to take you on your own?

How different would your future look and how different would you feel today if you have that in place?

Use the button below to get a free savings analysis and find out how to get your financial security back...

Share this article

Comments are closed.