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Tuesday, 26 November 2013

US Consumer Attitudes Toward Retirement Planning-November 2013 Market, Trends, Share, Size Research Report

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The state of retirement savings in the US has reached crisis proportions. While many people-especially young people-know that they should be doing more, they just aren’t for any of a variety of reasons. It is critical for them to focus on developing a savings plan because an early start will translate into a more comfortable and secure future.

Table of Content
Scope and Themes
What you need to know
Data sources
Consumer survey data
Direct marketing creative
Abbreviations and terms

Executive Summary
The market
Figure 1: Total retirement plan assets, $trillions, at end of select periods, 2000-Q2 2013
Market drivers
Retirement confidence is down
Figure 2: Confidence in having enough money to retire, 2003-12
More people are planning to work longer
Figure 3: Percentage who have postponed retirement because of economy, by age, June-July 2011, September 2013
The consumer
401(k)s are the most popular type of plan
Figure 4: Type of retirement savings account(s) owned, September 2013
More than half of survey respondents have done no retirement planning
Figure 5: Percentage who have conducted retirement planning activities, September 2013
Incentives may help young people save
Figure 6: Interest in incentives to save for retirement, by age, September 2013
What we think

Issues and Implications
What will motivate young people to save more?
Figure 7: Interest in incentives to save for retirement, by age, September 2013
How can employers help employees save for retirement?
Young people are delaying going to work
Figure 8: Labor force participation, by age, 2011-20 (est.)
Why aren’t people doing more about saving for retirement?
Figure 9: Percentage that have conducted various retirement planning activities, overall, September 2013
Figure 10: Median 401(k)/IRA balances for households aged 55-64 who have IRAs, July 2013
Figure 11: Knowledge/understanding of investments, by age, September 2013
Where is there opportunity in the retirement planning market?

Trend Applications
Inspire trend: Guiding Choice
Inspire trend: The Unfairer Sex
Mintel futures: Generation Next

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