Boomer Confidence in Retirement at a Five-Year Low
Jamie Patrick Hopkins
More than three quarters of Baby Boomers don’t believe they’ve saved enough for retirement, and just 22% think they’re doing a good job preparing for it financially, according to a new survey cited by ThinkAdvisor.
Those numbers are the worst since 2011 and 2012 respectively, according to an Insured Retirement Institute survey of 800 Americans between 53 and 69 years old, the web publication writes.
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