ANNAPOLIS, Md. (AP) — Maryland officials are holding a first-ever savings summit.
The event on Wednesday will feature financial experts in Annapolis.READ MORE: Woman Struck And Killed In West Baltimore
Comptroller Peter Franchot, state Treasurer Nancy Kopp and Maryland Department of Budget and Management Secretary T. Eloise Foster are scheduled to attend.READ MORE: Maryland Horse Racing Regulators Question Laurel Park Executives After 8 Horses Die In 2 Months; Track To Remain Closed To Racing
Banking and lending experts also will analyze the current savings climate in Maryland.
Studies estimate that nearly 40 percent of older households in Maryland are inadequately prepared for retirement.MORE NEWS: Northwood Elementary School Opens In Baltimore With Improved Tech, Learning Environments
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