Confidence in retirement security is shaky with only 36% of baby boomers saying they have enough assets to live comfortably in retirement, according to a new study.

The Insured Retirement Institute’s second annual survey found that lack of confidence was even higher among the single and middle-income with three out of four single and 70% of middle-income boomers being not confident about funding a comfortable retirement.

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