Many advisory clients are expected to delay retirement, survey finds

02/15/2013 | Wall Street Journal, The

Financial advisers say their clients are retiring later, with about a third planning to retire at age 68 or later and 10% expected to push retirement until at least age 71, according to a Kasina survey. "Retirement has been a huge issue since 2008," although prospects are better now than they were in 2009, said Steven Miyao, CEO of Kasina.

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