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Power planners have more retirement confidence

Most power planners expect to retire at age 65 or sooner, according to the survey.
Most power planners expect to retire at age 65 or sooner, according to the survey.

Workers who proactively engage in retirement planning enjoy higher levels of retirement confidence than those who don’t, new research shows.

Transamerica Center for Retirement Studies, Baltimore, Md., discloses this finding in its “14 Annual Transamerica Retirement Survey.” The online survey polled 3,651 workers ages 18 and older, including full-time or part-time workers in a for-profit company employing 10 or more people.

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