At time when more Americans than ever are petrified they won't have enough set aside for retirement, a new LIMRA survey suggests that peace of mind could be just a phone call away.

The research and consulting firm for the insurance and financial services industry reports this week that while almost two-thirds of all pre-retiree households -- defined as those with members between 55 and 70 years of age -- are not currently working with a financial adviser, more than half (54%) of those who are say they feel they'll be able to afford the retirement lifestyle they desire when the time comes.

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