IRI issued a new report showing that Baby Boomers' confidence in their retirement plans continues to decline, a trend dating back to 2011, when IRI first began tracking Boomers' retirement expectations. During that time, the percentage of Boomers showing high levels of confidence in their financial preparations for retirement dropped from 44% to 35%. But while confidence continues to slip, IRI found slight improvements in several other retirement readiness measures.

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