WASHINGTON -- Baby boomers are feeling more worried about their prospects for retiring securely, a new survey has found.
In the fourth annual poll of boomers by the Insured Retirement Institute, a quarter of respondents said that they have postponed their retirement plans in the past year, and 28% are now planning to work until age 70 or later, up from 17% four years ago.
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