January 18, 2023, by Maya Mcfadden- "Angela Naranjo now puts aside 3 percent of her Westville massage-therapy paycheck towards her retirement — thanks to a new state program that encourages workers across Connecticut who do not have employer-backed retirement plans to start saving early, even if they have decades to go before leaving the workforce for good. Naranjo, a 34-year-old Westville native, shared her story about getting ready for retirement — many years down the line — during a neighborhood walking tour promoting that program as hosted by newly elected state Comptroller Sean Scanlon. Scanlon stopped by Naranjo’s place of employment, The Well for Women at 495 Blake St., on Tuesday to kick off a roadshow promoting a new retirement savings program called MyCTSavings. which is overseen by Scanlon in his role as the state’s top financial officer..." Click HERE to comment and read full article.
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