The majority of baby boomers intend to have a more active lifestyle in retirement than their parents (86%), as well as a better standard of living (72%), according to Bank of America’s Merrill Lynch Affluent Insights Quarterly.

As a way of remaining active, 32% said they would continue to work; 26% plan to continue their education; 24% want to learn a new trade; and 20% plan to start, or further, their own business, according to the study, which was released today.

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