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What options are available for Boomers after they retire from their first job.
April 12, 2010
Baby boomers and retirees make up the fastest-growing populations in the Washington suburbs, new data show, growth that experts say will strain state and local governments to the breaking point.
Andrea Coombes, personal finance editor for MarketWatch
Early baby boomers, those who are 56 to 62, have a 47.2 percent change of not having enough money for basic retirement expenses as well as uninsured health care costs, the report finds. Late boomers, who are between 46 and 55, have a 43.7 percent chance of not having enough money, and Generation Xers (ages 36-45) have a 44.5 percent chance.