The savings movement

04/11/2006 | NYTimes.com

High-earning young people are bucking the national zero-savings trend and storing money for retirement. Statistics show that in 2004, households headed by individuals under 35 with an income of $129,400 reported an average of over $90,000 in savings, nearly a three-fold uptick from the average a decade earlier.

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