The majority of baby boomers who retired within the past five years felt in control over their decisions to stop working and many today are quite content.

That's according to a survey by Ameriprise Financial of 1,000 Americans ages 60 to 73 who have retired in the last five years with at least $100,000 in investable assets.

According to the survey, 76 percent of baby boomers polled reported feeling "in control" of their choice to retire, with 53 percent citing physical health and 52 percent citing emotional preparedness as the reasons for their senses of control over the decision.

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