Pre-Retirees Expressing Retirement Confidence

Moore, Rebecca
August 2013
Plan Advisor News;2013, p3
The article discusses the highlights of ING's "Retirement Income Redefined Study" conducted in 2013. Findings revealed that 33% of respondents are experiencing a lower standard of living than during their working years. However, only eight percent expect a lower standard of living when they reach retirement. Thirty seven percent think they are likely to run out of their retirement savings. In addition, 80% acknowledged they would be willing to give up some of their spending money.


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