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Over the course of EBRI’s 27 years of conducting the survey, confidence hit a pinnacle in 1993, when 73 percent of respondents were at least somewhat confident in their ability to retire comfortably. (Photo: iStock)

As more attention has been brought to the tens of millions of Americans with inadequate retirement savings, a common remedy has emerged from advisors, policy experts, and savers themselves: those without enough money can delay retirement in order to make up for savings gaps.

Nick Thornton


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