Survey of 'About To Be Retired' Persons

By: Ian Campbell | Thu, Sep 6, 2012
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In a survey of Canadians now between 50 - 60 years old, said to have an statistical error rate of not more than +/- 3.5%:

The referenced article that discusses the survey simply reports the survey results, without further commenting or suggesting what the survey results imply.

My comments:

The bottom line:

Topical Reference: Most fiftysomethings plan to work in retirement to offset low savings, from The Globe and Mail, August 21, 2012 - reading time 3 minutes.

 


 

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