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Americans’ Retirement Confidence Down Significantly Since 2007

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Americans’ confidence in achieving a secure retirement and their optimism about the country’s financial future have declined significantly during the past five years, according to a new report.

Ameriprise Financial, Minneapolis, Minn., (NYSE:AMP), published this finding in a summary of results from a study (“Money Across Generations II”) that explores how the changing financial needs and attitudes of each of three generations— baby boomers, their adult children and their aging parents—have altered their relationship with money and with each other.

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