Here's how the super savers of the workforce can put away 90 percent or more of the IRS maximum amount in their 401(k) accounts.(Photo: Shutterstock)

While lots of Americans just can’t stretch the budget far enough to put away money for retirement, there is a group among the general population that’s managing not just to save, but to save way more than the average person who does stash funds for the future.

A CNBC report says that “super savers” are not shelling out for a lot of things in a tradeoff that lets them save more money for retirement. It defines super savers as “Americans who are putting aside at least 90 percent of the annual $18,000 employee contribution limit to their 401(k) plan.”

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