Men are more confident in their retirement planning than women.

A new survey of retirement plan participants by American United Life Insurance Co. found that 45 percent of male respondents were either "confident" or "very confident" when asked if they thought they would be able to retirement and maintain their current lifestyle. Only 33 percent of women gave the same answer.

Forty-four percent of women and 36 percent of men said they were not sure.

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