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2 thoughts on “Are You Saving More Than the Average Joe?

  1. With the devalualion of the dollar – because the Fed continues to print them – it's challenging to save. Businesses raise their prices due to the additional regulations that this administration has placed on them, which also results in less money to save. I've empathy for those on a fixed income that haven't any savings to survive.

  2. DIY Millionaire says:

    It seems that SAVING is always defined as bank accounts, or government bonds.

    Investing in equities or commodities (gold, orange juice, etc.) would eliminate the inflation factor, and if capital gains weren't taxed, true savings would occur.

    Of course, the gov't always wants a cut of the winnings, and takes no risk of losing.