WASHINGTON - When online broker TD Ameritrade released the results of a Generation X survey recently, it only confirmed fears that America's retirement crisis is deepening.
Baby boomers born following World War II were thought to be the generation caught in a vortex of low savings, inadequate pensions, huge debt, and a confusing jungle of financial instruments and schemes.
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