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Federal Workers Plan to Retire, but Without Retirement Planning
The Washington Post; subscription may be required Link to more items from this source
June 29, 2006
Excerpt: More than half of federal employees expect to retire before age 62, with almost four in 10 looking to retire at 59 or earlier, according to a survey conducted for the Office of Personnel Management. But less than half have calculated how much they need to save for a comfortable retirement, and only two in 10 federal employees have a professional financial adviser to help with retirement planning.

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