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Latinos Lagging On Retirement Savings, Says Pew

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Latinos are among the fastest growing demographic groups in the U.S., but the Pew Hispanic Center reports that they're among the least likely to invest in or keep money in retirement savings. Michel Martin explores why with Jamie Levy Pessin, a freelance journalist who reported this for The Wall Street Journal, and financial expert Louis Barajas. They also discuss some pitfalls facing Hispanics and what banks are doing to turn around this trend.
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