If you think millennials, born 1979 and later, will have a tough time achieving a financially secure retirement, think again.
While many millennials began their careers during the Great Recession, with low job prospects and high student loan debt, many are considered “super savers” who are actively saving for their futures.
Here are 10 facts about millennial saving habits from a recent Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies report, following a survey of more than 1,000 employed millennials:
1. Seventy percent of millennials started saving for retirement at age 22 (median).