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Retirement “Super Savers” plan to save more for retirement this year than in 2021, ambitiously pursuing their goals despite the impacts of inflation and the threat of a potential recession, according to a new survey from Principal Financial Group.

In the annual survey, 59% of respondents said they planned to save more than $20,000 for retirement this year – up from 51% in 2021; 54% of Super Savers said they have increased their saving practices over the past 24 months.

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