Most Boomers lack confidence in their retirement readiness, and the unease is growing.
According to the Insured Retirement Institute (IRI), 37% of Boomers are confident about their financial preparations for retirement, down from 44% in a similar survey in 2011. The IRI report also found that 48% of Boomers who work with a financial professional are very or extremely confident with their financial preparations for retirement, compared to only 28% of those Boomers putting together their own plans.
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