Unveiling Solutions: Addressing USA Today's Retirement Crisis Report
Lendtable remains a viable option for many Americans who need to increase their retirement savings
The Lendtable TeamFebruary 20, 2024

“Most people, middle-class or lower, struggle to put food on the table and a roof over their head, and they don’t have the money left over to save,” said Steve Rosenthal, a senior fellow in the Urban-Brookings Tax Policy Center.

USA Today’s new article touches on the struggle many Americans face in saving for retirement.

As of 2019, only 1 in 10 low-income households had a retirement account balance, and that was before the COVID-19 pandemic caused unexpected financial burdens for millions of Americans.

Saving for retirement is expensive and not an immediate priority for most people - student loans, medical bills, rent increases, and other expenses leave people with little to no cash to contribute toward retirement.

Lendtable was established in 2020 to solve this exact problem - we’re here to help you save for retirement, without sacrificing any other important expenses.

We’re on a mission to democratize retirement so every American can retire by 60.

See how much you can save by using Lendtable today.

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