An investment firm finds many Americans plan to push back retirement because they have not saved enough.[@@]
Fidelity Investments Institutional Services Company, Boston, reports its recent survey of workers ages 25 and older found one-third plan to postpone retirement. Of these, 55% thought they had not saved enough, 35% said they started saving too late and 34% plan to continue to work to keep their employer-paid health care plan.
Reasons for delaying retirement varied by marital status and gender, the survey found.