The massive Baby Boomer generation has begun moving into their retirement years, bringing new expectations and hopes for retirement, as well as lower savings rates and greater uncertainty for how they will fund their increasingly long lives.
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By Paula Span
The New York Times
Wendy Miller first became alarmed when her mother began complaining during their phone conversations. "I'm spending ...
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