The retirement conundrum of how much money is enough is an ongoing battle that impacts both men and women, but one area where men seem to be winning out is retirement confidence, according to EBRI’s 2011 Retirement Confidence Survey released last week.

According to the survey, men are more likely than women to say they are very confident that they will have saved enough to live comfortably throughout retirement and are very confident about having enough money to take care of basic expenses and medical costs.

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