People in the U.S. saved an estimated $2.1 trillion at one point in the pandemic. By some estimates, that money's pretty much gone.
The average 401(k) balance is a tenth of what a middle-class person would need to maintain their lifestyle, one expert says.
Prices rose 4.9% year over year in April and 0.4% during that month. Consumer fatigue is showing in higher credit card balances and lower savings.
A boost in disposable income fueled spending and saving. Data signals a healthy outlook, but lower-income people are draining reserves.
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The savings rate went up half a percentage point in December, but it's still not back to pre-pandemic levels.
After saving or investing around 40% of her income, Abigail Gomez has money left over for luxuries.
Employers that offer retirement plans would also be able to offer a separate emergency savings plan.
The personal saving rate declined in October to its lowest point since 2005. "A lot of people are close to the edge, unfortunately," an analyst says.