JOPLIN, MO.--- A new study says most Missourians aren't saving enough for retirement. The University of Missouri report found that in 2010, only 3% of working adults had contributed the maximum amount allowed by federal law. Meanwhile, 90% put aside less than 20% of their income. Researchers tied a decline in contribution levels to the state of the economy, but say that it's important to save even during poor economic times.
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