Forty-three percent of Americans are likely to struggle in retirement and fully a third could fall into poverty, according to a report from the Center for Retirement Research.

The center based its assessment on households replacing 73% of their preretirement income through Social Security benefits as well as pensions and 401(k)s and ruled a household as "at risk" if it could not come within 10% of those levels.

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