New Yorkers Face ‘Downward Mobility’ as One Third Can’t RetireElizabeth Ody
About one third of New York City residents nearing retirement age won’t be able to quit or will have to rely entirely on Social Security because they have less than $10,000 in savings, according to a study released today.
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