Far from receding in memory, the 2008 market crash is stillalive and well (make that ill) for a significant number ofbaby boomers and Gen Xers whosefinances really got hammered.

That’s according to a new study, “Generations Apart,” from Allianz Life InsuranceCompany of America, which looks at how baby boomers andGeneration X are facing theirfinancial future.

When asked about the crash, more than two-thirds (67percent) of Gen X and baby boomer respondents said they still feelthe impact in how they live, work, save, and spend.

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