WASHINGTON -- As legions of baby boomers approach the end of their careers, there is pervasive confusion about what it will take to fund a comfortable retirement, which underscores the pivotal role advisors can play in helping clients craft a sustainable retirement plan and reposition their thinking about savings, experts caution.

At a recent event hosted by the Insured Retirement Institute, Jan Scott Gundersen, managing director of advisory services at TIAA-CREF, noted that many investors are actively seeking out information on how to prepare for retirement, but that they often are ill-equipped to handle the planning on their own.

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