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One approach is to save 10 to 15 percent of each paycheck for retirement. Fidelity suggests aiming to have eight times your annual income in an account by retirement age.

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As of 2015, the average balance of savings for Americans nearing retirement is $100,000, according to U.S. News. However, 45 percent of Americans reach retirement age with no savings at all. Individuals with eight times their final yearly salary in savings are less likely to outlive their savings, s

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Although average retirement savings statistics for California are not available as of 2015, the median retirement savings balance nationwide for all working-age households in 2010 was $3000, according to the National Institute on Retirement Security.

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Benefits of using life insurance as a retirement savings plan include the ability to grow tax-deferred cash value and take out loans against the policy, reports U.S. News & World Report. Older policies may earn enough dividends to pay the premiums, so cash value continues to grow without further inv

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For most people, two million dollars in savings is more than enough to guarantee a comfortable retirement. The majority of people are able to retire after having saved eight times their ending salaries, according to Fidelity.

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The average retirement nest egg for a person aged 64 years old who actively saves is between $103,000 to $148,000, as of 2015, as stated by The Motley Fool. This average does not include people in that age range who do not hold retirement accounts.

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How much a person should have in retirement at different ages depends on a number of factors, such as the desired retirement age and income. Many financial advisers recommend saving 10 to 20 percent of income for retirement; however, that percentage can change based on retirement age and the startin

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As of 2015, the most current numbers from the National Institute on Retirement Security indicate Americans ages 55 to 64 with retirement accounts have an average $100,000 toward retirement. However, the average for this age group drops to $12,000 for all households.

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The average retirement savings for Americans between 45 and 54 is $101,000. Having retirement savings between $100,000 and $250,000 is most common for Americans in this age group. Fifteen percent of Americans between 45 and 54 have less than $25,000 in retirement savings.

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