A Different Retirement…

August 1999
Journal of Financial Planning;Aug1999, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p20
Academic Journal
Focuses on the results of a survey conducted by Roper Starch Worldwide and released by the American Association of Retired Persons regarding the perceptions of baby boomers in the United States on retirement. Percentage of the respondents who want to work at least part-time during retirement; Percentage who envision to start their own business; Percentage who expect to have to scale back their lifestyle during retirement.


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