Fewer Americans are saving for retirement and those who do set aside funds for their golden years are saving less.

Nearly two-thirds of workers say they or their spouses have retirement savings, which is virtually unchanged from a year earlier, according to an annual survey by the Employee Benefit Research Institute and market research firm Greenwald & Associates. The study included 1,000 Americans ages 25 and over.

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