Japan's workers scramble to make up $187,000 retirement shortfall

27 Jun 2019 13:14 | JHRS (Administrator)

TOKYO -- A panel report from Japan's financial regulator estimates that an average elderly couple will need an extra 20 million yen ($186,768) to fund a 30-year retirement. That has prompted retail investors, many still in their 20s, to start building up assets on their own.

Source: https://asia.nikkei.com/

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