Super Savers Make These Sacrifices to Boost Their Cash Reserves

Super Savers Make These Sacrifices to Boost Their Cash Reserves
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Principal recently surveyed a group of Americans between 19 and 56 who are considered super savers -- those who either save 15% of their income or more for retirement, or who contribute 90% or more of the maximum annual limit for employer-sponsored 401(k) plans. Here are some of the things super savers have given up to get to where they are today. A good 44% of super savers say driving an older vehicle makes it possible to sock more cash away.

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