Survey reveals deep lack of retirement finance knowledge

A survey by the New York Life Center for Retirement Income shows respondents have a distinct lack of knowledge of retirement finance, with 74% failing the quiz. The respondents, Americans between age 60 and 75 with $100,000 worth of assets excluding property, achieved poor scores on quiz questions about 401(k) plans, long-term care, life expectancy and annuities.

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