Retirement angst

Retirement angst

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Jul 01, 2005
By dvm360.com staff

According to Gallup's annual Personal Finance poll, American's top financial worry is retirement. While most nonretirees say they're looking forward to retirement, nearly half think they won't be able to live comfortably when they retire. Workers surveyed expect to retire four years later and to rely less on Social Security than current retirees.

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