One in three Americans has nothing saved for retirement.
Only 18% of workers say they're "very" confident about having enough money for a comfortable retirement; 24% are "not at all" confident.
Only 25% of people say they don't plan to work in retirement.
One-fourth of employees are refusing free money.
The average Social Security check for a retired worker is $1,355 per month, as of Nov. 2016.
55% of retirees stopped working earlier than expected.
The average 50-year-old has $60,000 saved for retirement.
The U.S. retirement savings gap is estimated to be between $6.8 trillion and $14 trillion.
$30,000 in student loan debt can mean $325,000 less in retirement savings.
Millions more aren't aware of the Saver's Credit.
47% of single seniors and 22% of married couples are almost completely dependent on Social Security.
A retired couple can expect to spend about $260,000 during retirement on healthcare alone.