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Genworth survey flags misperceptions among pre-retirees

More than three-quarters of pre-retirees say they may delay retirement because of fear they would not have enough money.
More than three-quarters of pre-retirees say they may delay retirement because of fear they would not have enough money.

New research reveals that nearly half of retirees retire sooner than planned, a percentage at odds with expectations of most pre-retirees.

Genworth Financial reports the findings in a new study, “The Future of Retirement Income.” Based on online surveys of 1,340 retired consumers and pre-retirees, and 300 financial professionals, the report explores the state of retirement income planning.

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