Two years into the market’s recovery, investors remain worried that they will have to retire later than they’d planned, according to a new survey by SEI, in Oaks, Pa.

Eighty two percent of the 212 financial advisors polled by the SEI Advisor Network said their clients are “worried that they will outlive their savings,” and nearly all of them said their clients have had to push back planned retirements for at least one year.

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