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  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (74 percent) of today’s Atlanta labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 90 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Atlanta residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’smore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (80 percent) of today’s Chicago labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 77 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Chicago residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’smore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (75 percent) of today’s Orange County labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. In contrast, 64 percent of area retirees said they are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Orange County residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’smore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (78 percent) of today’s Dallas area labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 60 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Dallas residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’more...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (73 percent) of today’s Los Angeles-area labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 77 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Los Angeles residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist inmore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (80 percent) of today’s New Jersey labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. In contrast, 89 percent of area retirees said they are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 New Jersey residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’s youngermore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (82 percent) of today’s Phoenix labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 68 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 Phoenix residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist in how today’smore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (78 percent) of today’s San Francisco labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 80 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 San Francisco residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist inmore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Questions Whether or Not Retirement Is Near Extinction, Explores Residents’ Ideas Toward Retirement Savings

    The majority (80 percent) of today’s South Florida labor force expects they will continue to work during retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or pursue a passion. This is a stark contrast to the 78 percent of area retirees, who are not currently working or never have during their golden years.The latest Merrill Edge® Report – a biannual survey of 1,000 mass affluent Americans1, which oversampled 300 South Florida residents between September 24 and October 5, 2016 – reveals a twist inmore...
  • 12/2/16 9:00 am EST

    Merrill Edge® Report Finds Younger Generations May Never Stop Working; Will the Traditional Idea of Retirement Soon Be Extinct?

    Younger generations may never experience retirement as it’s defined today, according to the latest Merrill Edge® Report. The majority (83 percent) of millennials plan to work in retirement, whether for income, to keep busy or to pursue a passion, which is a complete inverse of the 83 percent of today’s retirees who are not currently working or never have during their golden years. The survey of more than 1,000 mass affluent Americans1more...