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Seniors optimistic about future

Albiet concerned about running out of retirement income

Forty-one percent of seniors that have yet to retire will rely on Social Security as their primary source of income in retirement. The troubling finding, which could be attributed to decimated nest eggs as a result of the financial crisis, was released today as were other results from the United States of Aging Survey.

For this year’s survey, the National Council on Aging, UnitedHealthcare and USA Today surveyed 4,000 adults across the country. The survey included a sample of adults 60 and older as well as a sample of adults 18-59 in order to illuminate dissimilarities between the generations and examine how best to prepare the country for the droves of baby boomers approaching retirement.

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