Study: Workers aren't optimistic about retirement, financial future

10/3/2010 | Financial-Planning.com

Many workers have no idea when they will finally be able to stop working, with 28.3% for ages 60 to 69 saying so and 33.3% for those 70 and older agreeing, in a study from The Hartford Financial Services Group. The study also found 36% of respondents ages 60 to 69 indicated they are delaying retirement for up to two years or longer. Almost 90% of respondents older than 60 said they were worried about retiring, with 55.4% planning to work longer or work part time after they're retired.

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