Many Boomers May Have to Rethink Retiring Before Becoming Senior Citizens

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March 27, 2006 — Boomers planning to retire before officially becoming senior citizens at age 65 may be rethinking this strategy, according to a new study, that indicates they may have to wait a little longer. Aon Consulting surveyed 1,071 U.S. employers and found that 39 percent believe half or more of their workforce will not have enough savings to retire between the ages of 62 and 65.

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