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Middle-income boomers aware of new retirement landscape

According to Bankers Life survey

Middle-income Boomers expect their retirement to be markedly different from previous generations, defined by an extended period of physical vitality, more personal satisfaction and greater mental faculties, according to a recent study from the Bankers Life and Casualty Company Center for a Secure Retirement.

The study, “Retirement Care Planning: The Middle Income Boomer Perspective,” found that although they expect a more robust retirement in terms of physical and mental capability, as well a more rewarding one than previous generations, they are aware that some aspects of their retirement will be less rich.

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