Baby boomers may represent the biggest retirement wave in history, but there is a second group barreling down the pipeline right behind their elders: Generation X.

The oldest members of Gen X turn 50 this year, and retirement planning is becoming a bigger focus for this group, the members of which are more reliant upon 401(k) plans for their retirement income than were previous generations. 

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