Financial advisers must help baby boomers boost savings

04/17/2012 | Financial Advisor

Financial advisers have a duty to help increase savings of baby boomers, many of whom are unprepared for retirement, research suggests. Data from the Employee Benefits Research Institute show that people older than 60 employed for at least 30 years had $200,000 in their 401(k) account in 2010, far short of what they need to make it through retirement.

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