Survey finds retirement confidence highest since 2007

A report by the Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies found that 55% of workers are somewhat confident or very confident about retirement. The percentage is up from 51% last year, but still shy of the 59% seen in 2007. In addition, the majority in all generations except millennials plan to work past age 65, with 54% overall planning to work at least part time during retirement.

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