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Published: Sep 13, 2022 3 min read
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Gen Z has its sights set on an early retirement.

A new survey from the financial firm Principal finds that on average, members of Gen Z who are saving aggressively for retirement expect to stop working around age 57. Roughly half of those savers (48%) expect to have nest eggs with more than $2 million by the time they retire.