Only half of Americans have access to a 401(k)—here's how to save for retirement if you don't

The Stanford Center on Longevity found that "roughly half of all households are offered work-based retirement plans at their current jobs." Even without access to a 401(k) or other employer-sponsored plan, though, you have options.
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