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After the Great Recession devastated retirement portfolios, it's not surprising that younger participants are more likely to be on track to reach their retirement goals. Over 60% of participants under age 30 and two-thirds of 30-somethings are on track to replace at least 70% of their earnings by retirement age, according to a survey by John Hancock of participants on its open architecture platform. That preparedness declines steadily with age, the survey found.

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