Study: State’s Seniors Lag In Necessary Retirement Income

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Connecticut seniors 65 wand older have an average annual income that’s 50.9 percent of the average annual income of state residents 45 to 64 yeas old, according to a report released this week by Interest.com.
Connecticut ranks 46th out of 50 states and the District of Columbia in the study, which can be found here.
Financial experts generally advise retirees to plan on having at least 70 percent of pre-retirement income.

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